- Ranbir Kapoor starrer Animal is releasing on 1st December 2023.
- The movie is A certified with the duration of 3 hrs 23 minutes.
- As per recent update, CBFC have ordered certain changes in the movie.
Even before its release, Ranbir Kapoor starrer Animal is being appreciated by the audience. The movie is all set to release on 1st December and has been issued A certification and has a duration of 3 hours 21 minutes. As per recent reports, CBFC has ordered certain changes in Animal which demand the removal of certain cuss words and close-up intimate scenes between Ranbir Kapoor and Rashmika Mandanna.
CBFC demands changes in Ranbir Kapoor starrer Animal
As per a leaked CBFC report, the word ‘vastra’ was replaced with ‘costume’. Two more words have been replaced with more appropriate alternatives. They were modified to ‘Kabhi nahin’ and ‘Kya bol rahe ho aap’. The CBFC has also made a visual cut in the intimate scene of two characters. It was a close up shot. Check out all the changes directed to Animal by the CBFC:
Sandeep Reddy Vanga on Animal receiving A certificate
Speaking with a news portal, he said, “As far as Animal is concerned, I’d like to say that I am glad it got an A certificate. It is not for anyone under the age of 18. I will not be taking my son Arjun, my brother’s kids or any of my cousin’s children to watch this film in the theatres. Maybe I will have another child-friendly cut of the film for them. I have children in my extended family between eight months and 17 years and this film is not for them.”
Directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, the revenge drama also stars Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, and Triptii Dimri in pivotal roles. As per Animal trailer, the story revolves around the story of Arjun (Ranbir Kapoor) turning into a gangster and killing everyone who comes between him and his dad Balbir Singh. The upcoming movie of Ranbir Kapoor stars Bobby Deol as an Antagonist.
Animal is already touted to be a winner at the box office as the movie has raked in phenomenal advance booking amassing a total Rs 9.75 crores already.