Salman Khan's performance in Antim: The Final Truth, according to Mahesh Manjrekar, is "very un-Salman-like." The film will be released on November 26 and also stars Aayush Sharma. Salman Khan was "a little apprehensive" about Antim: The Final Truth, according to director Mahesh Manjrekar, because it was a departure from his previous roles. Salman eventually changed his mind after Mahesh added songs and a heroine to the script.
While Salman was not hesitant, he was a little apprehensive about the job because it was very un-Salman-like, according to Mahesh. In an interview, he was speaking with RJ Siddharth Kannan.
Mahesh revealed that he rewrote the script to include music and a female protagonist for Salman. However, as we advanced through the film, he just stated, 'Nahi bante gaane, nahi banti heroine (This film does not require songs and a heroine).' He believed what he saw somewhere, the actor-director stated.
Mahesh described it as a "huge thing" that he finally realized when Antim: The Final Truth was ready for a theatrical release. "How do you promote the movie?" “Salman Khan ke gaane nahi hai, Salman Khan ki heroine nahi hai,” he remarked, adding that Salman ‘believed in the film.'
Salman plays an upright police officer in Antim: The Final Truth. Mahima Makwana gets introduced in the film, his first on-screen cooperation with his brother-in-law, Aayush Sharma. At the trailer event, Aayush, who portrays a thug in Antim: The Final Truth, stated that he was afraid to strike Salman.