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Sandeep Reddy Vanga in Animal Park Could Possibly Become Darker, According To Ranbir Kapoor

<p>When it was first released on December 1, Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s most recent release, Animal, created quite a commotion. After making its OTT premiere, the movie is again back in the news, sparking new discussions and controversies. The performances of the star-studded ensemble, which included Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Rashmika Mandanna, Triptii Dimri, and Ranbir Kapoor, were praised. As part of the OTT release on Netflix, Ranbir, Anil, and Bobby recently got together for an interview.</p>
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<p>Ranbir provided fans with great news during an interview with actor and stand-up comedian Anubhav Singh Bassi for Netflix India, as fans impatiently anticipate the release of the sequel, named Animal Park. He teased us with a few fascinating sequences from the next chapter, which he says is fantastic. Furthermore, Ranbir disclosed that not every member of the crew was cognizant of the whole narrative.</p>
<p>“Bobby sir had no idea about the story,” said the Rockstar actor. Anil Sir was aware of the father-son narrative. There were several parts in Animal Pehle Part Mein, where Sandeep is quite private about his script, and very few people know the narrative. Regarding Animal Park, he has one or two extremely thrilling moments ready, but after the first installment’s success, I believe he now has the bravery and confidence to go even more, further, and more intricate. He is really capable.”</p>
<p>A portion of the public reacted negatively to the film when it first came out, especially since it was said to emphasize toxic masculinity. Ranbir Kapoor responded by sharing his thoughts on the subject. He agreed that movies are a great way to spark conversations and raise awareness. Ranbir thinks that if a problem is not acknowledged and addressed in movies, society would not have an opportunity to identify and address it. The actor went on to emphasize how important it is for performers to comprehend their roles and how each viewer has the last say over what is good or wrong.</p>
<p>“Storytelling is the reflection of society,” Bobby Deol said. I mean, it’s illustrating to you the state of society, and there are a lot of topics we like to avoid discussing, but as actors, we’re only being given the chance to take on various roles. That is the joy of performing.”</p>
<p>On December 1, Vicky Kaushal’s Sam Bahadur opened in theaters, providing rivalry for Ranbir Kapoor’s picture. The film did well at the box office in spite of the conflict. In the meanwhile, this was Kapoor and director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s first joint venture.</p>

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