Animal movie review read here. Animal is directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, who also wrote and edited the movie. Ranbir Kapoor plays a lead character as Ranvijay Balbir Singh. It is hardly a breath breaks in this horrifyingly violent father-son action-drama movie.
Director: Sandeep Reddy Vanga
Casting: Ranbir Kapoor, Rashmika Mandanna, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, Triptii Dimri, Shakti Kapoor
Producer: Bhushan Kumar, Murad Khetani, Pranay Reddy Vanga and Krishan Kumar
Ranvijay Balbir Singh (Ranbir Kapoor), who has issues with his father is the main character of the movie. Anil Kapoor portrays the dad. At a young age, he feels the urge to satisfy his father. He eventually begins stalking his father’s competitors as a result of this turning into compulsive behavior.
With the exception of his father’s affection and care, Ranbir Kapoor’s character Ranvijay has everything money can buy, as you may have guessed from the trailer. It doesn’t matter if his poor mother supports his terrible behavior; all Vijay wants is to be able to celebrate his father Balbir’s birthdays with him. His mother, who is still alive and only stands around looking depressed, is unimportant. When he is denied this affection, Vijay gradually transforms into an “Animal,” acting on every intrusive notion that crosses his man-brain. There are no legal repercussions for anything Vijay does, not even outright mass murder, because Balbir is the richest man in India or among the richest men in India. In the world of Balbir and Vijay, there is no law enforcement.
Anil Kapoor backs up Ranbir Kapoor’s outstanding performance with his trademark elan. However, because the picture is mostly propelled by questionable means and inclinations, the efforts of the two performers will go unnoticed. When the two are selling their wares, you want to turn away. The movie shows two men who are both psychologically and physically damaged in order to support the claim that it is a man’s world. After six gunshot wounds that nearly destroy his heart, one is completely devoid of taste, smell, and hearing.
Ranbir in every scene of the movie as he consistently demonstrates why he is the greatest actor of his generation. In this movie, he leaves a lasting impression on the world of acting with one of his best performances to date. Rashmika Mandanna had a good supporting role and have great chemistry with Ranbir. Bobby Deol has a small but significant part in the film. Bobby Deol gets little credit for his performance; he does have an extended cameo in the movie, and it is impressive, but needed more of him up front.
The nearly three and a half-hour long tale tells of a boy’s crazy passion for his extremely wealthy industrialist father, who does not have the time to return the overflowing filial fervor. However, that’s just one of the many reasons Animal is a taxing movie. It is a full-on assault on the senses in every aspect. The movie is intended to give you a headache, as the high-pitched language will penetrate your ears and cause suffering. Then there are scenes that you wish were toned down – both visually and verbally.
Overall, Animal is an incredible massy, entertaining, and incredibly violent action and thriller that defies convention. If you choose to see the violence, go with caution as it contains a significant amount of gore that you may find too much for your stomach.