Ranbir Kapoor starrer Animal is the talk of the town in the current scenario. Ever since its release, the film has been doing wonders at the box office. It is highly appreciated by the audience in huge numbers and fans are loving it. Though the film had a clash with Vicky Kaushal starrer Sam Bahadur, it didn’t affect the success trajectory of Animal.
Amidst the buzz going on about Animal, an old video of Kangana Ranaut is surfacing over the internet. The viral video is from a talk show, hosted by Aamir Khan. The video showcases Kangana talking about the dark side of cinema and how the portrayal of misogynistic characters affects people overall.
Kangana said, “How it affects the girl and her future and how it affects the boy as well. So, there cannot be a happy ending. Such boys start ragging others when they grow up. They not only harass girls but everyone. Even their parents. They are antisocial people who are problematic for everyone.”
She further said that these people will start copying the actors in the film. They will commit crimes and justify their actions through the films that are being made about them. Such people also think that the heroes are inspired by them.
As soon as the video started gaining momentum, fans started appreciating Kangana. A user wrote, “Seriously, she was good at that time.” While another wrote, “Cinema is definitely an impressionable medium, especially in a nation like ours obsessed with Bollywood. I said this and was told to go watch Pogo in the Manoj Bajpayee thread.”
A netizen commented, “Man! Look at her. For her age, she was really way ahead of the curve. I miss this Kangana. I think the way she is now is a consequence of what she’s gone through, sure but we should cut our losses and move forward.”
This is not the first time that Sandeep Reddy Vanga has been criticized for the nature of his films. The director faced severe remarks during the release of Kabir Singh.
Meanwhile, Animal is garnering immense love from the audience globally. The film earned Rs 300 crore on its third day of release and is buzzing all over the place. The film stars Ranbir Kapoor, Rashmika Mandanna, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol and Triptii Dimri in key roles.