Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor, riding high on the success of director Sandeep Reddy Vanga‘s blockbuster hit ‘Animal’, recently shared insights into the challenges he faced while shooting some highly talked about intimate scenes.
The steamy scene in question was the one featuring the hunk with actress Triptii Dimri. In his recent interview, Ranbir revealed that he was actually apprehensive about shooting the scene. According to the hunk, it was only because of his wife, Alia Bhatt and her support that he decided to go ahead with it.

In a video shared on social media, Ranbir gushed about the collaborative nature of his relationship with Alia and the support they offer each other in their respective work lives. While opening up about confiding in Alia about shooting various ‘Animal’ scenes, he said, “I used to discuss it with her. You know, she has helped me with so many scenes.”

He went on to reveal that his wife was the one who helped him chalk out his scenes. Acknowledging that he tends to portray characters with a sense of goodness, Ranbir explained that Alia helped reassure him during moments of self-doubt and credited her for providing a valuable perspective on filming processes.

“I think she has really played that barometer and said, ‘Listen, it’s fine, it’s a character, it’s a part. It’s making sense. There is an idea and a thought behind it.’ I think she has been a very strong support as long as this film is concerned,” Ranbir shared.

The star-studded cast of ‘Animal’ also includes Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Suresh Oberoi, Prem Chopra, and other prominent figures in Bollywood. The film’s success was recently celebrated with a lavish party attended by the who’s who of the industry.

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