Salman Khan wrapped up the schedule of ‘Antim: The Final Truth‘ in February which is eight months before its originally planned theatrical release in October. However, now according to a report by MidDay, the makers will have to wait before the Hindi adaptation of the Marathi hit film, ‘Mulshi Pattern’, can enjoy a theatrical release. The reports suggest that the film has been postponed due to the ongoing situation. Earlier, Salman and the director of the film, Mahesh Majrekar had plans to start the promotions with the launch of two posters, which have been now held off.
The publication quoted a source as saying—“Salman is emotionally invested in ‘Antim’ as it’s an important film for brother-in-law Aayush Sharma, who plays the gangster to the superstar’s Sikh cop. While a teaser and Aayush’s look were unveiled in February, the makers were about to launch the first poster in March-end, announcing its October release. However, with the second wave of the pandemic taking over the country, they thought it best to wait it out”.
With the situation turning bleak in the following days and a possibility of the third wave, the makers have decided to take it slow. The reports further mentioned that Salman had earlier mentioned that he wanted a good gap between his recent release, ‘Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai’ and ‘Antim’.