Sunny Leone recently shared her perspective on the success and criticism surrounding the Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial Animal, starring Ranbir Kapoor. She believes that audiences should have the freedom to choose the films they want to watch while recommending parental guidance for kids and cautioned against blindly accepting everything portrayed on the big screen.
In her recent interview with DNA, Sunny expressed her thoughts on the film industry’s current phase, stating that she believes entertainment is cyclical. “We had a really bad slump, and (now) people are willing to go back to movie theatres, buy tickets, and have an amazing time with the family,” she said.
She further remarked, “What film they (audiences) choose to watch is their own choice and their own freedom to watch it. We don’t always have to agree with anything that somebody releases or writes. That’s our choice.

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Addressing the responsibility that comes with consuming content, especially for younger audiences, Sunny urged parents to ensure that their children are not only aware of the difference between fiction and reality but also to teach them values of kindness and understanding.

“If young people are watching it, then our families, friends, and parents have to take a step forward and say ‘Okay, this is fiction and this is reality.’ We have to teach our kids, young daughters, and sons what life should really be like and we should be kind to each other,” she said.

Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal also features Rashmika Mandanna, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Prem Chopra, and Shakti Kapoor in pivotal roles.

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