EXCLUSIVE: Aayush Sharma shares he kicked Salman Khan during Antim shoot and here’s what happened next
Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma starrer Antim: The final truth was released on November 26. The film got a decent opening at the box office and has maintained a strong grip. In Antim, Salman plays the role of a cop, while Aayush essays the character Rahuliya, a gangster. The film even has Aayush and Khan in several fight scenes opposite each other. In an exclusive chat with us, Aayush Sharma opened up about the fight scenes with Salman Khan. He revealed that he kicked the superstar during the shoot of Antim.
Aayush Sharma told Bollywood Bubble, “By mistake, I have kicked him in the stomach. And I apologized. And he was completely pretty fine with it.” The Antim actor revealed that his co-star Salman was fine after he by mistake kicked him in the stomach.
Aayush Sharma shared what Salman further said to him. Khan said, “It’s okay. Don’t worry. I have been doing this for 30 years. I am used to this.” Salman then told Aayush, “Just make sure, if the disconnect happens, get up,” addressing to Sharma disconnecting with him during the shoot. Aayush shared that Salman told him that no matter what, an actor has to make sure he gets up and gets back up and give the next take.
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During the interview, Aayush even said, “He (Salman Khan) would himself say ‘Kick me, kick me’ and I was like, ‘no I don’t want to kick you. I don’t intend to kick you’.” He added, “So at that point I remember he (Salman Khan) was very sweet because I was not able to find my confidence to do it.”
Sharma continued, “So he(Salman Khan) would purposely irk me at those points. ‘ugh kid, what you think’. And he (Salman) would purposely keep doing it to me so that the Rahuliya starts coming out. And that’s very sweet of him.”
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Meanwhile, Antim stars Salman Khan and Aayush Sharma in key roles. The film also features debutant Mahima Makwana. The movie is directed by Mahesh Manjrekar and has received a good response from the critics as well as the audience.