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Animal Film: Ranbir Kapoor’s Intimate Shots Break the Internet

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On Friday, December 1, Animal, starring Rashmika Mandanna and Ranbir Kapoor, is finally launched in theaters. Animal, the most anticipated movie of 2023, is also receiving positive reviews from reviewers and audiences alike. A few people shared images and brief video snippets from the movie from the theater shortly after it opened. One such image, which shows Rashmika and Ranbir in a private moment, is widely popular on social media.

Censor Board gives ‘A’ certificate to Animal 

The Censor Board of Film Certification (CBFC) passed its verdict on the film giving it an ‘A’ certification. The CBFC also demanded five cuts in Animal.

As per a report, that made rounds on the internet, Ranbir Kapoor and Rashmika Mandanna’s ‘steamy’ scenes have been deleted. The report read, “Modified the intimate visuals of Vijay and Zoya by deleting the close-up shots at TCR 02:28:51 mins. approx.”

About the Movie

Animal, which is financed by T-Series, Bhadrakali Pictures, and Cine1 Studios, features important roles for Tripti Dimri, Bobby Deol, and Anil Kapoor. One of the longest Indian films ever filmed, so the story goes. The movie follows Vijay’s life, who has a complicated connection with his father Balbir Singh and will stop at nothing to please him. According to reports, Animal was made on an incredible Rs 100 crore budget.

The last time we saw Ranbir Kapoor was in Luv Ranjan’s Tu Jhooti Main Makkar, which starred Shraddha Kapoor and was a box office hit.

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