Salman Khan watches even his bad films; his famous cop character is not one of the roles that his father wrote

Salman Khan’s recent film, Antim: The final truth is doing really good at box office after Sooryavanshi. As the movie was really doing good, media was keen on taking some bytes from Salman and while he was interacting with the media, one of the question that was asked to him was when did he last visit theatres as Antim has brought back the audience to cinema halls after Sooryavanshi. While answering the question Salman said that he recently visited theatre that is near his house to watch a film just before the lockdown and he enjoys anything and everything that cinema has to offer.

While interacting he also added that he also enjoys watching his bad films because he knows the amount of hard work that had gone in the making of the film. He also said that when he watches those films he understands that what should be done and what can be avoided next time. He not only sees what’s bad but also makes a note of good points of the film that can be included in the future projects. He concluded it by saying that when he watches those films he understands that what could have been avoided, added or removed from the film to make it better, so his mind starts to work on the plot level.

When he was asked about his favourite cop character, if it was one of his avtars in Patthar ke Phool, Garv: The pride and Honour, Wanted, Dabangg, Kick, Radhe, or Antim or is it from other famous characters like in the movies Sooryavanshi, Singham and Simmba or any of the older character that his father Salim Khan had written for his blockbuster scripts. Salman surprisingly told that it was his grandfather who was his favourite cop character. His grandfather, Abdul Rashid was a DIG of police in Indore, Madhya Pradesh who passed away when Salman’s father was just 9 years old.

Antim, directed by Mahesh Manjrekar, and costarring Aayush Sharma, Sachin Khedekar, Mahima Makwana, Sayaji Shinde, Jisshu Sengupta, Nikitin Dheer, Upendra Limaye and Rohit Haldikar, has seemed to have found acceptance in A, B and C centres pan-India at both multiplexes and single screens. Antim – the Final Truth could achieve at least a semi-hit status and becomes Bollywood’s only second successful venture at the box office in 2021 after Sooryavanshi.