Wednesday, 28 February, 2024

---Advertisement---

‘I wish…’, Bobby Deol Opens Up Over Limited Screen Time In ‘Animal’

The film helmed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga released in theatres on December 1 along with Vicky Kaushal starrer ‘Sam Bhadur’.

Edited By : News24 Desk | Updated: Dec 4, 2023 13:59 IST
Share :
bobby deol in Animala

‘Animal’ starring Ranbir Kapoor is soaring high at the box office. Ever since the first look teaser of the film released, people were intrigued about storyline and the infectious music and Bobby Deol’s character. After the release of the film, his role as the antagonist, Abrar Haque, has been a great topic of discussion. Now, Bobby Deol has reacted on limited screen time given in the film.

Speaking with PTI, Bobby talked about limited screen time, stating that it’s not the length of the role but the kind of character that has so much substance in it. He said, “I wish I had more scenes, but when I signed the film, I knew this is what I had. At that point in my life, I was grateful to God that I was given this chance to play this role by Sandeep.”

Later, he also talked about the popularity of his character among the audience. He said “I knew I had only 15 days of work and wouldn’t be there throughout the film. I was sure people would notice me, but I never realized that there would be so much love, appreciation, and affection. It’s like, wow! It’s amazing.”

Also Read: ‘Animal’ Creates History, Achieves This Milestone In Just 3 Days

The film helmed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga released in theatres on December 1 along with Vicky Kaushal starrer ‘Sam Bhadur’. Animal also stars Rashmika Mandanna, Anil Kapoor, Shakti Kapoor and Triptii Dimri among others in pivotal role. The film showcases a story about a father-son relationship, played by Anil and Ranbir Kapoor respectively.

Also Read: Marvel’s Kevin Feige Gives An Update On Robert Downey Jr’s MCU Return

First published on: Dec 04, 2023 01:44 PM IST

Get Breaking News First and Latest Updates from India and around the world on News24. Follow News24 on Facebook, Twitter.

Related Story