With just two weeks remaining for the release of Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Animal, the team is going all out to promote the highly-anticipated big-budget action drama. Animal fever has taken hold in Dubai as well, with several digital billboards in the city showcasing the film’s posters and teaser.
Meanwhile, a special teaser of Animal was recently displayed on the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, in the presence of Ranbir Kapoor, Bobby Deol and producer Bhushan Kumar of T-Series.
In a video capturing this moment, both Ranbir and Bobby can be seen gazing at the projection in awe. Ranbir was also spotted recording it on his mobile phone. The film will hit the screens on December 1.
Animal song Arjan Vailly unveiled:
Ahead of the release of the film’s trailer, which will reportedly happen on November 23, the makers also unveiled another song from the film, titled “Arjan Vailly”, a power-packed Punjabi banger that is sure to give goosebumps to listeners. Composed by Manan Bharadwaj, it has been penned and sung by Bhupinder Babbal.
Apart from Ranbir and Bobby, the film also stars Rashmika Mandanna and Anil Kapoor in key roles. A few days ago, Ranbir, Rashmika and director Vanga took part in the filming of an episode for the OTT platform Aha’s talk show Unstoppable with NBK, hosted by Telugu star Nandamuri Balakrishna aka Balayya.
The teaser of the movie, which was released on Ranbir Kapoor’s 41st birthday, showcases everything that one would have expected from a Sandeep Reddy Vanga film. According to the video, the film will revolve around the troubled relationship between a father (Anil Kapoor) and his son (Ranbir).
In addition to Hindi, the film will be released in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam as well. Animal was originally set for an August 11 release.
Sandeep Reddy Vanga is known for directing the Telugu blockbuster Arjun Reddy, which starred Vijay Deverakonda, and its Hindi remake, Kabir Singh, featuring Shahid Kapoor in the lead role. Both versions garnered immense success at the box office, although they faced criticism for their celebration of toxic masculinity.