‘Bring it On!’ Fans react to the new poster of Animal starring Ranbir Kapoor

Ranbir Kapoor
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Fans of the Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor are going gaga. His upcoming film Animal is creating havoc on the internet. Makers of the film took it to their official social media handle to drop a new poster of Animal. The actor is seen in a never-seen-before avatar that has intrigued the viewers even more. Fans cannot wait to see more of the film.

Along with the poster, the bigwig production company T Series also disclosed exciting details about the film. For the unversed, Animal is all set to release on 1st December 2023. Apart from this, the most awaited teaser of Animal will be dropped in just a few days on 28th September 2023 at 10 am. Yes, you have read that right! It’s not far when we will get to see the enthralling and promising teaser of the much-talked-about film.

Animal is a pan-Indian blockbuster film that will be released in five languages across India. The viewers will get to see their favourite actor in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam. Apart from Ranbir Kapoor, the film also features  Anil Kapoor, Rashmika Mandana, Bobby Deol, and Tripti Dimri in prominent roles.

Ranbir Kapoor in and as Animal:

While dropping the poster T Series captioned the post as, He is elegant … He is Wild… You will see his rage on September 28th. #AnimalTeaserOn28thSept @AnimalTheFilm #AnimalOn1stDec” With this the post caption went on to tag the integral parts of the film. Check out below.

Netizens were quick to rush in with their verdict on this newly released poster. While the fans are intrigued and cannot wait to see more of the film, there are a few trolls who couldn’t hold back and slammed the film. Check out the netizens reactions below.

The filmmaker Sandeep had been quoted saying, “The only reason why we are not releasing the film on August 11 is the quality. I am not going to explain to you how the post-production work of the film is being layered because it might bore you. For example, there are seven songs in the film and when the seven songs are multiplied by 5 languages it becomes 35 songs.”


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