'This character is different from Dabangg, Wanted and Radhe, it's more like Garv,' says Salman Khan about his cop avatar devoid of heroine in Antim: The Final Truth


The trailer of Salman Khan's and Aayush Sharma's much-awaited film Antim: The Final Truth was launched today at an event with much fanfare. The trailer packs a punch and sees Salman and Aayush battle it out. However, it also showed the fact that Salman's character, Rajveer, who is a Sikh cop does not have a leading lady whereas Aayush is paired opposite Mahima Makwana in the film.

During the trailer launch, Salman also spoke about playing a Sardar in the film and the character being different from his Wanted and Dabangg roles. Talking about his character not having a heroine, Salman said, "We didn't want to dilute the character. The character is beautiful even without a heroine." 

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While speaking about playing a Sikh role, the actor said, "Dabangg, Wanted & Radhe were different characters, this is Arjun Ranawat kind of character from Garv. Serious and heart and mind both working in tandem, he's very strong and very dedicated towards his job. You need to give all your heart to any character. You have to be very pure, respectful and dedicated towards that character." 

Antim: The Final Truth is directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and is slated to release on  November 26, 2021.