Despite “Animal” movie blockbuster success, fans are not happy with Ranbir Kapoor over a ‘dialogue’ mentioned by him while arguing with Rashmika Mandana.
As the screen-recording video was posted by a user on X, formerly known as Twitter, on December 2, around 10.30 am, the video gathered more than 2.3 million views. But later, the video was taken down by the platform, mentioning that “the media has been disabled in response to a report by the copyright owner.”
Hundreds of people showed anger at the “movie scene.” A user wrote, “To men, if you have lost your Alpha frame, this is a must-watch movie for you!” while another user wrote, “Ask your mother about periods and also show her this video or haan say to her that mom watch how cool Ranbir’s dialogue is!”
In the dialogue, Ranvijay Singh said, “You change 4 pads a month and create drama over it; here I am changing 50 pads in a day,” during the heated arguments with Rashmika Mandana, who played Geetanjali.
The film, which stars Rashmika Mandana, has been getting an overwhelming response. According to media reports, the film also created history at the box office on its first opening day. According to a media report in Mumbai’s Maxus Cinemas, 1 am, 2 am and 5:30 am shows have been added.
In Goregaon’s PVR Oberoi Mall and Andheri’s PVR Citi Mall, 12:30 am and 1:05 am shows have been added, respectively. Cinepolis in Bhandup’s Magnet Mall has added a 1:15 am show.
These shows will open on Sunday, December 3.As reported by the bollywood industry tracker, early estimates suggest that Animal earned Rs 61 crore on its opening day across all languages in India. While it collected Rs 50.50 crore in Hindi belts, the Telugu version of the film also earned Rs 10 crore.
Directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, Animal also stars Rashmika Mandanna in the lead. Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor and Tripti Dimri also play key roles in the film. The film revolves around a father and son’s toxic relationship. The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) has given Animal an ‘A’ certificate. The film’s run time is 3 hours and 35 minutes.
Due to the increased demand and people flock to watch the movie, more early morning shows have been added for screening in Mumbai.