Animal, directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has been the talk of the town since its December 1 release on theaters.
Animal, directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has been the talk of the town since its December 1 release on theaters.

Animal’s enormous box office success.

Internet users have brought up an old video of Kangana Ranaut criticizing filmmakers for creating “dark cinema” in the midst of Animal is huge opening weekend. Continue reading!

Animal, directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has been the talk of the town since its December 1 release on theaters. Even though it opens in competition with Vicky Kaushal’s Sam Bahadur, Ranbir Kapoor’s movie is making an incredible amount of money at the box office. The movie earned 201.76 crore on its first weekend and crossed the 200 crore mark in just three days. Even as the movie is raking in enormous sums at the box office, a vintage footage of Kangana Ranaut storming the dimly lit theater is making the rounds on social media.

Amidst all the excitement surrounding the movie, Ranbir Kapoor’s portrayal of a dark and misogynistic character is drawing criticism. Vanga was previously placed in a similar circumstance following the release of Shahid Kapoor’s Kabir Singh, so this isn’t the first time.

In the video, Kangana Ranaut shares her thoughts on dark cinema and requests that filmmakers also depict its repercussions. How it impacts both the boy and the girl, as well as the girl’s future. Therefore, a happy ending is not possible. When these boys get older, they begin to bully other people. They harass everyone, not just girls. even the parents of the children. They are troublesome individuals who are antisocial, according to Kangana.

They believe that these kinds of movie characters validate their actions. They will persuade themselves that they are correct because movies are being made about them by dressing like the character. They believe they are the inspiration for the heroes,” the actress continued.

People on the internet applauded Kangana Ranaut for her remarks shortly after the video went viral. “Laut aao 2010s Kangana,” one commenter wrote in response to the same post, while another said, “Seriously, she was so good at that time.”

“Cinema is definitely an impressionable medium, especially in a nation like ours obsessed with Bollywood,” remarked a third netizen.

“Damn… her command on the language is solid,” the fourth one wrote. It doesn’t sound forced or out of place anywhere.

Aamir Khan previously made headlines when an old video of him discussing a variety of topics, including misogynistic characters in movies and dark cinema, reappeared and went viral.

Now that you’re back, what do you think of Kangana Ranaut’s video? Please inform us.

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