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Why Animal is extremely intolerant

Monday, January 8, 2024 • Telugu Comments
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Sandeep Reddy Vanga has carved a niche for himself as a filmmaker known for his intense and impactful creations. He first captivated audiences with his debut film "Arjun Reddy," featuring Vijay Devarakonda and Shalini Pandey in lead roles. Despite facing criticism, the film became a box office sensation. Subsequently, he made waves in Bollywood by remaking "Arjun Reddy" into "Kabir Singh," starring Shahid Kapoor, which also proved to be a massive success. However, Vanga received backlash for allegedly glorifying violence in his films.

In response to the criticism, Sandeep Reddy Vanga boldly declared that he would showcase the true meaning of violence in his next project. Staying true to his words, he unleashed the film "Animal," featuring Ranbir Kapoor, Rashmika Mandanna, Tripti Dimri, and Bobby Deol. Despite earning an A certificate, "Animal" surprised both trade pundits and critics by surpassing the box office collections of Shah Rukh Khan's films like "Jawan" and "Pathaan."

Despite its commercial success, the film has become a lightning rod for controversy. Many discerning individuals, including notable celebrities, have lambasted Vanga and the entire cast and crew for allegedly glorifying unbridled violence and explicit content. In the face of mounting criticism, the filmmakers have opted for a combative approach, consistently delivering robust counters to their detractors. This approach has not only drawn the ire of movie enthusiasts and netizens but has also sparked curiosity about why the team is choosing confrontation over maintaining composure.

Critics argue that the filmmakers should embrace constructive criticism rather than vehemently defending their choices. The public is questioning why the "Animal" team seems intolerant to feedback when constructive criticism can be beneficial for everyone involved. The movie lovers and netizens are expressing their concerns, and it remains to be seen how the makers of "Animal" will respond to these suggestions. Will they reconsider their approach and engage in a more open dialogue with their audience, or will they continue to defend their artistic choices with unwavering resolve? The unfolding reaction of the "Animal" makers to these queries will undoubtedly shape the ongoing discourse surrounding the film.

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