KRK takes a dig on Salman Khan’s Antim, advices audience to not waste time and money over ‘Antim’

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Published by Jayanti Poddar on 26 Nov 2021

Antim: The Final Truth, starring Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma, was released today, and the reviews have been very positive. Kamaal R Khan, nicknamed KRK, the self-proclaimed critic, has evaluated the action-thriller and has nothing but negative things to say about it.

Are you curious as to what Kamaal had to say? Well, the self-proclaimed expressed his thoughts on every part of the picture, from the acting to the soundtrack, direction, action sequences, and more. He didn’t just give the movie a rating; he also gave some recommendations to those who might go see it in theatres. To find out everything he said, scroll down.

KRK opens his review of the film on his Youtube channel by claiming that it is a remake of the Marathi film Mulshi Pattern. After referring to the characters as’murga’ (Aayush Shamra) and ‘budhav’ (Salman Khan), Kamaal R Khan goes on to criticise the film, claiming that it is a throwback to the 1980s and 1990s.

The self-proclaimed critic begins by stating which films Antim: The Final Truth is inspired by, before moving on to the dialogues. Antim’s lines, like its storyline, are antiquated, similar to those from the 1980s and 1990s. KRK pokes fun at Salman Khan with a line from his character: “Lamba toh sirf plastic hi chalta hai, aur kuch nahi chalta.” He claims that this is also true in real life for Salman, who uses fake abs to show off how toned he is despite being in his late 50s.

He describes the film’s music as ‘ghatiya’ and’sadaa hua,’ and adds that the action isn’t excellent, with a lot of bullet shots instead of hand-to-hand battle. He further claims that when asked about Mahesh Manjrekar’s direction, KRK says it can’t be called “direction” and instead refers to anything from the 1980s and 1990s. He goes on to say that the actress did a “OK” job in Antim: The Final Truth, while the lead actors battled to see who could be the worst at acting.

KRK concluded his Antim critique. “Apne paise bachaiye, time bachaiye aur yeh agony se dhur rehe,” Kamaal remarked, advising everyone to avoid the film. He ended by awarding the movie a one-star rating.

You can watch his review here:

With KRK assessing this Salman Khan movie, we’re wondering what kind of drama will be avoided. For those who don’t know, when the critic reviewed Bhai’s Radhe earlier this year, there was a lot of backlash and even legal action taken against him.

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