Animal proves to be a colossal disappointment that leaves audiences questioning the sanity of its creators lots of critics are giving paid five star or four star reviews do not believe them this movie is nothing but a sob begging for the attention from his billionaire father such plot is stretched for almost four hours got no idea which person wrote such a story and ranbir agreed to do such a film when his career is already sinking Director Sandeep Vanga known for his previous work in Kabir Singh fails to replicate his earlier success instead delivering a convoluted storyline that lacks direction and purpose Vanga has a thing with misogyny and films objectifying women in kabir singh shahid is slapping kiara and in animal ranbir is glorifying infidellity by claiming its right in the name of his father what could go more pathetic than this After watching the trailer I was excited and eagerly waiting for Animal I was disappointed after watching the film couldn’t live up to the expectations it created with its trailer Animal is an illogical and misogynistic film with solid performance by Ranbir Kapoor starting from the dialogue to the scenes the film shows no respect towards women.
Women are beaten up and treated as mere sexual objects Ranbir Kapoor, usually a charismatic and versatile performer, struggles to salvage the film with his portrayal of a conflicted character. His efforts are hampered by a poorly developed script that fails to establish a connection between the audience and the characters Animal is an unfortunately devolves into a hodgepodge of clichés and inconsistencies.
The screenplay riddled with melodramatic dialogues and predictable twists lacks the subtlety and nuance required for a film of this nature Rashmika and Anil kapoor were just okish Animal is a cinematic misstep that not only fails to showcase the talents of its celebrated cast but also highlights the pitfalls of a poorly executed script and direction got no idea why people and critics are giving fake and paid reviews for small amount of money offered by producer of this film feeling sad for them Save yourself from this cinematic piece of storytelling.
Unlike any other movie in the history of mainstream Hindi cinema, systemically shattering the shibboleths of this genre with transgressive acts, provocative language and enough shocking blood-‘n’-gore to spray all the white marble bright red from Delhi to Andhra, ‘Animal’ erupts as a true alpha beast, the visionary insane king of its own modern Indian jungle.
Sandeep Reddy Vanga Is The New Selvaraghavan. And Ranbir Kapoor is the most electrifying, most shameless, most fearless male superstar in the whole of Hindi filmdom down the decades.
Pic is not consistently flawless, its action-thriller-comedy template plumbing its nadir at the 90 minute mark, with risible jokes and gratuitous rotary cannon fire making one think that this movie will degenerate into “KGF” trash that has infected the local audience, but it promptly picks up with its multi-pronged powerful family angle and more targeted bursts of gripping action. Director, writer, editor Vanga excels in all the key domains of this ambitious Rs.100 crore 3 hour 20 minute jaw-bruiser, executing a powerful script with inspired direction.
The son-father and wife-husband dynamic is explored with stunning power and naked honesty, dialogue is cracker-jack, select fight sequences are superb, and the impressive cast is alpha-led by Ranbir Kapoor in a performance of tremendous emotional charge.
Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s “Animal” unfolds as a riveting exploration of power dynamics, deceit, and family bonds. With a stellar ensemble cast including Ranbir Kapoor, Rashmika Mandana, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, and Shakti Kapoor, the film boasts a compelling narrative that keeps audiences engaged. The screenplay is the film’s cornerstone, intricately weaving a complex and absorbing storyline that holds viewers on the edge of their seats. The seamless integration of a captivating background score and narrative-aligned songs heightens the overall cinematic experience, immersing the audience in the emotional journey.
Ranbir Kapoor’s tour de force performance adds layers to the central character, showcasing his remarkable versatility as an actor. Anil Kapoor delivers a standout performance, bringing nuance and authority to his role and reminding audiences of his commanding on-screen presence. Bobby Deol’s noteworthy performance, though deserving of more exploration, contributes an intriguing layer to the ensemble cast. The cinematography and production design earn accolades for creating a visually compelling world that complements the film’s narrative.
Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s directorial vision is palpable in every frame, guiding the audience through a labyrinth of emotions, suspense, and unexpected twists. The anticipation for a sequel as the credits roll is a testament to the film’s ability to leave a lasting impact. “Animal” emerges as a masterclass in storytelling, featuring a powerhouse cast that delivers memorable performances. A cinematic must-watch for those seeking intense narratives, compelling characters, and an experience that resonates long after the credits fade.