Prem Chopra, renowned for his impactful performances spanning decades, has recently expressed his views on the success of his latest film, ‘Animal.’ Directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, the movie has gained substantial attention and acclaim following its release.
Chopra, who portrayed Dalbir Singh, is getting praised for his guest appearance in Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s directorial venture.In an exclusive conversation with India Today.in, the actor conveyed his appreciation for the warm reception the film has garnered.
During the interview, the actor mentioned that ‘Animal’ was wonderfully made. Director Sandeep Reddy Vanga wrote the script himself with some help from two assistants. So he was meticulous and very definite about what he wanted. Also, the film was very lengthy. It turned out to be a four-hour, fifteen-minute film, so he had to cut it out. Hence, in this way, his two or three scenes were cut, which he thought were very good. But anyway, this is one of the games in the industry. But he is surprised that whatever his screen time was, people seem to have accepted him in a big way, and he still gets views and information about it. He never expected that. He thought this was a special appearance, but the love is still pouring in.
Prem continued that the film has done tremendous business. People see, there is one section of people who have not liked it so much because of the violence. But there is a section of people who have repeatedly watched the film, almost four times. He met somebody from America at the party. He said, ‘I’ve seen the picture four times; I loved it’. Prem was like his God! Then he said that in New York theatres, they have burst crackers. That’s why it has done tremendous business; it is one of the biggest blockbusters today. He is happy he was a part of that.
Directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, ‘Animal’ featured Ranbir Kapoor, Rashmika Mandana, Anil Kapoor, and Bobby Deol in the lead. The film was released on December 1, 2023.

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