The promotions of Animal are going on in full swing. Recently at an event, Ranbir Kapoor revealed whether he loves the music of the film or not.
Ranbir Kapoor and Bobby Deol at an event.
Ranbir Kapoor, Bobby Deol, and the team of Animal are promoting the film in full swing these days. Last evening, the team graced a Spotify-sponsored event in Mumbai for Animal’s audio launch. Welcomed by claps and cheers, Ranbir and Bobby left no moment to entertain the audience at the event to the fullest. The stars even thanked those who contributed immensely to the making of the film’s music.
Ranbir Kapoor drops names of his favourite songs from Animal
During a fun-filled interaction with the audience, Ranbir Kapoor was asked to name the song/songs he loved to hear from Animal. To this, Ranbir responded, “Can I take two names? I think it is Arjan Vailly and Satranga.” Hearing this response, Bobby Deol said, “Arjan Vailly is my favourite song as well.”
They both also acknowledged their admiration for legendary singer B Praak. Notably, a song namely 'Saari Duniya Jala Denge' from Animal is sung by B Praak.
For the unfamiliar, Arjan Vailly is sung by folk singer Bhupinder Babbal.
Animal's second song 'Satranga' is a romantic ballad featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Rashmika Mandanna as a married couple. Arijit Singh sang it.
About the movie and its trailer
The highly anticipated action thriller 'Animal' is in the works, with Sandeep Reddy Vanga at the helm of editing and directing. T-Series and Cine1 Studios are joining forces to produce this film, featuring a star-studded cast including Ranbir Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Rashmika Mandanna, and Tripti Dimri.
Running at a lengthy 201 minutes, Animal stands as one of the longest Indian films ever crafted. Save the date, as the film is set to hit the screens on December 1, 2023.
The trailer tantalizingly hints at a narrative delving into the intricate dynamics of a father-son relationship. Balbir Singh (portrayed by Anil Kapoor), engrossed in his work and often away, finds it challenging to fathom the depth of his son's affection. Paradoxically, the son's intense love and admiration for his father and family become the source of conflict between the two.