Salman Khan to play a Sikh cop for the first time in Antim, look from film unveiled

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Salman Khan will be sharing the screen space with his brother in law Aayush Sharma for the first time in a gangster film titled Antim. The actioner directed by Mahesh Manjrekar is the remake of the Marathi film Mulshi Pattern. Now, the superstar, who will be turning 55 on December 27, has kickstarted the shoot of Antim. Aayush, on his Instagram account, shared Salman's look from Antim

Salman, in Antim, will be playing a Sikh cop who will put an end to dreaded gangsters, gang wars and land mafia in his area of jurisdiction. In the first look teaser, the superstar is dressed in grey trousers and a black shirt. Sporting a thick beard, Salman has nailed the look of a Sikh policeman. "Antim Begins .. #BhaisAntimFirstLook #AntimTheFinalTruth @beingsalmankhan," Aayush captioned the video. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Aayush Sharma (@aaysharma)

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Antim was formerly titled Guns Of North and was to be directed by Abhiraj Minawala. Abhiraj had directed Aayush in his debut film LoveYatri which failed to make an impact at the box office. Apart from Salman and Aayush, Antim stars Nikitin Dheer and reportedly went on floors on November 16 in Pune. According to a leading daily's report, Salman started shooting for Antim from December 6 at Film City. 

(Source: Instagram)

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