Ranbir Kapoor’s upcoming movie ‘Animal’ has been creating quite a buzz ever since it was first announced. Fans were already thrilled when they got a glimpse of his intriguing character look from the film. And now, on the special occasion of RK’s birthday, the film has treated fans to an electrifying teaser, sending their excitement levels soaring to new heights. It is clear from the teaser that Mrvi will get to see bloody action, adventure and thriller. ‘Animal’ is Ranbir’s second release of the year after ‘Tu Jhoothi Main Makkar’, the teaser of which promises an intense experience in theatres.
Exciting teaser of ‘Animal’ released
Ranbir Kapoor has brought the film into the limelight, marking his first collaboration with director Sandeep Reddy Vanga. Apart from Ranbir Kapoor, ‘Animal’ stars Rashmika Mandanna, Anil Kapoor and Bobby Deol in lead roles. Watching the teaser, it becomes evident that Ranbir Kapoor takes on a challenging role in ‘Animal.’ He portrays a character who faces both emotional and physical abuse from his father, yet he doesn’t cower in fear. The teaser hints at his character’s transformation into a gangster as he confronts none other than ‘God’ himself, portrayed by Bobby Deol. This intriguing storyline promises a gripping cinematic experience.
Release date of ‘Animal’
December 1 is the date of release for the Ranbir Kapoor starrer ‘Animal’. Although the movie was initially scheduled for release in August. Also, it was to compete with Sunny Deol’s ‘Gadar 2’, Akshay Kumar’s ‘OMG 2’ and Rajinikanth’s ‘Jailor’. However, director Sandeep Reddy Vanga made the tough call to delay the film’s release to December due to some remaining post-production work.
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Animal pre-teaser was released in July, in which Ranbir Kapoor was seen beating up goons. Drenched in blood, his appearance suggests that fans are in for a completely new and unexpected side of him in the movie. Meanwhile, on the delay of the film, director Sandeep Reddy Vanga broke his silence and said. “Why are we not able to release the film on August 11? The only reason for this is quality. It might seem like a broad explanation. But the truth lies in the details. Take, for instance, the seven songs in the film. When you multiply that by the five languages it’s being released in, you get a whopping 35 songs. Now, think about it – that’s 35 songs, each with its own unique set of lyricists and singers. Bringing all of this together is going to require a bit more time than I originally anticipated.”