Aside from John Abrahams Satyameva Jayate 2, Aayush Sharma and Salman Khan’s Antim are another big release this week. Led by Aayush, the film looks refreshing on many fronts and has been limitedly promoted (unlike any other Salman film). It’s more of a content driven movie rather than just addressing the masses. Let’s see how it went here in Koimois ‘How’s The Hype?’ section.
Bhai Ka birthday song
As the name suggests, Bhai Ka Birthday is a party song. Inspired by the Ararara Khatarnak song from the Mulshi Pattern, this one has its own charm. The song features Aayush Sharma showing off his noisy movements. It also has Salman Khan and Upendra Limaye in it. The song has become like off 75% of our constituents.
When you have Mahesh Manjrekar to handle the direction department, expect emotions more than just ‘dishoom dishoom, dhai dhai’. With Salman Khan, Aayush Sharma, Upendra Limaye and others, the trailer was perfectly cut with a real mix of emotion, gross violence and suspense. Around 77% of the voters loved it!
It is the much talked about Varun Dhawan’s song from Antim. It meets all expectations and was a perfectly energetic song for the Ganpati party. Visually, it’s appealing because of Varun, Aayush, and Salman’s strong screen presence, while on the playback front, Ajay Gogavale’s voice leaves an impression. It has been loved 70% of voters.
Aayush Sharma’s first glance
Aayush’s first glance was revealed through a few seconds of video. It features Aayush gearing up against Salman with a fierce gaze and torn physique that ends with a face-off. It has been loved 73% of our constituents.
Salman Khan’s first glance
Salman’s first glance makes him put on a turban with a slo-mo gait. He looks harsh, and the “no f * cks given” attitude seeps from his face. Around 80% of the voters liked it.
On the whole Antim has got a thumbs up from 75% of our readers. The film has been strategically kept low and is being promoted as Aayush Sharma’s film (which is true to some degree). From the box office’s perspective, not much has been said about this film, and it looks like a slow starter. But that’s only half the story, as the film gives us the vibes of a dark horse and maybe enjoy a long run.
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