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‘Animal’ writer on Ranbir’s pad-change lines

Saurabh Gupta

, dialogue writer of

Sandeep Reddy Vanga

‘s ‘Animal‘, opened up about

Ranbir Kapoor


pad-change lines

in the movie. He also spoke about representation of

Bobby Deol

‘s ‘stereotypical’

Muslim character

At FICCI Frames, Sourabh expressed his views on the controversies surrounding the lead character portrayed by Ranbir Kapoor in the film. He mentioned that conveying the importance of sanitary napkins to men, discouraging smoking and drinking has become burdensome for cinema.

According to him, cinema has bowed down under this weight, and he suggested that it’s time to have some fun as well.

In ‘Animal,’ the tumultuous relationship between Ranvijay Singh (played by Ranbir Kapoor) and his father Balbir Singh (portrayed by Anil Kapoor) unfolds in a violent world. Bobby Deol portrays the antagonist, Abrar Haque, a character of Muslim descent. Regarding the criticism of alleged Islamophobia in the film, Saurabh commented, “We believed it fit logically within the script… Now we’re realizing there’s this perspective as well. However, both the hero (Ranbir) and the villain (Bobby) are portrayed as equally flawed. Despite being Hindu, the hero isn’t exempt from negative portrayal.”

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Saurabh also acknowledged a broader issue concerning the portrayal of communities in recent films. He emphasized the importance of having a discussion about this matter on a broader scale.
‘Animal’ also starred

Rashmika Mandanna

, Anil Kapoor, Triptii Dimri and others in key roles. The film made record-breaking business at the box office.