Director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s unconventional filmmaking approach in his latest blockbuster drama, “Animal,” starring Ranbir Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, and Bobby Deol, has sparked discussions for its secretive storytelling method. The film’s tremendous success, raking in a staggering Rs 900.5 crore globally, has brought attention to the unique behind-the-scenes revelations shared by the cast.
The surprise element prevailed even among the cast members, as many confessed to having minimal insight into the film’s narrative until its premiere. Actor Amanjot Singh, essaying as Ranbir’s cousin in the film, revealed in an interaction with Siddharth Kannan, “We were only acquainted with a portion of the film’s storyline after witnessing it at the premiere.”Adding to this revelation, actor Vikram Bakshi highlighted that this aura of mystery extended to 95% of the cast, fostering an unbiased experience devoid of prior knowledge.
Manjot Singh further unveiled an intriguing incident involving Anil Kapoor and Bobby Deol, shedding light on Bobby’s restlessness during the shoot. Singh shared, “Anil sir mentioned meeting Bobby sir in London, where Bobby inquired, ‘Who is this director? Why hasn’t he commenced shooting with me yet? I haven’t even received the script. At the very least, he should send it to me.”
Singh added a surprising detail. It was then revealed that Bobby’s character in the movie is mute, a fact unknown to Bobby himself for quite some time.
“Animal” delves into the complexities of a strained father-son relationship but draws criticism for its portrayal of misogyny and intense violence. Featuring Rashmika Mandanna, Triptii Dimri, Prem Chopra, Suresh Oberoi, Saurabh Sachdeva, and Siddhant Karnick, the film surprised even its own actors, as Kamaljeet Rana admitted discovering the movie’s essence only post-release.

Ranbir Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor attend Animal success party

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