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Antim Levels Andaz Apna Apna to become Salman Khan’s highest rated movie on IMDb!

by Stewart Cole
View Antim IMDb Ratings (Photo Credit – Antim / Andaz Apna Apna Poster)

Antim has not broken box office records, but has closed Salman Khan haters with his positive reviews. The leader of the film is the beginner Aayush Sharma. Not only social media, but the film also leaves its mark on IMDb.

On the opening day itself, fans showed a trend in the IMDb ratings of the latest release of Aayush and Salman. Many even compared it to Akshay Kumar’s Sooryavanshi, in which Akshay’s police drama lagged far behind. The latest update now states that the film is the highest rated film at Salman Gate.

For strangers, IMDb is a database of movies and other forms of entertainment content. Users can rate their favorite content on the portal on a scale of 10.

At the time of writing, Antim has been rated 8.1 out of 10. It has been rated by about 28 thousand people so far. With such a good number, the film has equaled the ratings with Andaz Apna Apna to become Salman Khan’s highest rated film on IMDb. The AAA has about 52 thousand votes.

Antim was a good achievement for Salman Khan as his previous releases such as Radhe, Dabangg 3 and Race 3 were among the most trolled films of the respective years.

Meanwhile, Salman Khan is busy promoting Antim after its release in major cities in India. It is usually rare to see Salman promote a film after its release. It may be due to the positive reactions to his latest release that encouraged him to do so. It also became known that the actor urges people to watch movies in cinemas as they did before the pandemic.

Recently, Salman visited Ahmedabad. In the coming days, he will visit Chandigarh, Indore, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and other cities with director Mahesh Manjrekar.

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