Devanjana Mukherjee, Khabri Media
In the world of Indian cinema, Ranbir Kapoor has consistently pushed boundaries with his versatile acting and choice of unconventional roles.
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His upcoming film, ‘Animal,’ has recently made headlines not just for its star-studded cast and intriguing storyline but also for receiving an ‘A’ certificate from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC). The Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial is scheduled to release on December 1 in the theatres. To subscribe please click tau.id/2iy6f and access our live channel.
The ‘A’ certificate is typically reserved for films that contain content suitable for adult audiences and may include scenes of violence, strong language, or explicit content. This certification often indicates that the film is not suitable for children below the age of 18.
Ranbir Kapoor, known for his ability to immerse himself completely into his characters, seems poised to deliver a performance that transcends the conventional boundaries of mainstream cinema. The ‘A’ certification may provide him with the creative freedom to portray a character with nuances and depth, pushing the boundaries of storytelling in Indian cinema.
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‘Animal’ is a highly anticipated project that brings together an ensemble cast featuring Ranbir Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, and South Indian film’s superstar Rashmika Mandanna. Known for his directorial prowess in films like ‘Kabir Singh,’ the film promises a gripping narrative that delves into the complexities of father-son relationship.
After ‘Kabir Singh’, ‘Animal’ is Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s second Bollywood film and will clash with Vicky Kaushal’s ‘Sam Bahadur.’ The film was earlier scheduled to release in August, but due to a clash with Sunny Deol’s ‘Gadar 2’, Akshay Kumar’s ‘OMG 2’ and Rajinikanth’s ‘Jailer’, the director postponed the date.
Taking to his official social media handle, Director Vanga Reddy posted, ““Censor rating for ANIMAL is A 🙂 3 hour 21 minutes 23 seconds & 16 frames is the Runtime 🙂 #AnimalTheFilm Releasing on Dec 1st @VangaPictures @TSeries (sic).”
While the certification may limit the film’s audience in terms of age, it could also attract a more mature and discerning viewership eager for narratives that challenge the status quo. ‘Animal’ could potentially spark conversations and discussions around the themes it explores, encouraging a deeper engagement with the storyline and characters.
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