A section of X users today is demanding Ranveer Singh be replaced by Ranbir Kapoor in Farhan Akhtar’s directorial Don 3. Here is why.
Ranbir Kapoor in Animal Vs Ranveer Singh in Don 3.
Ever since the trailer of Animal surfaced online, it has been hailed by multiple social media users either for its gruesome action scenes or for its emotional intellect. Starring Ranbir Kapoor in the lead role, Animal is a story of how a man is forced to become a gangster to get justice for his father. The Censor Board has given it an ‘adult’ certificate due to its nerve-wracking content. After watching the acting skills of Ranbir Kapoor, movie buffs on social media have come out today with a unique demand.
Netizens demand Ranveer Singh be replaced by Ranbir Kapoor in Don 3
After watching Animal Trailer, a section of X users today is demanding Ranveer Singh to be replaced by Ranbir Kapoor in Farhan Akhtar’s upcoming directorial Don 3.
One X user said, “Animal will surely beat every other movie released in 2023 in terms of content. Being A-rated, it will also collect more than many so-called hit movies and franchise movies, Vanga x Ranbir combo will be remembered for years to come for sure!”
“I hope this trailer reminds Don 3 fans that Ranbir is better than Ranveer,” wrote another X user. One more X user said, “There is a reason why Ranbir Kapoor doesn’t work in franchises like Ranveer Singh in Don 3. Ranbir Kapoor is quality, massy...”
One more X user said, “#AnimalTrailer is a tight slap to those who compare Superstar Ranbir Kapoor to actors like Ranveer Singh, Varun Dhawan, and Sidharth Malhotra. Acting wise he is comparable to @iamsrk and @SrBachchan in Bollywood. #AnimalTheFilm”
However, some fan clubs of Ranveer Singh are saying that Ranbir could have never played Khilji’s role in Padmaavat.
In the trailer of the movie 'Animal,' Ranbir Kapoor exudes fierceness, unapologetically driven by a relentless pursuit of revenge for the shooting of his father. Released on Thursday, the trailer of Sandeep Reddy Vanga's film is as intense as one can imagine. It unravels the complex dynamics of Ranbir Kapoor's relationship with his father, Balbir (portrayed by Anil Kapoor), and the transformative journey it undergoes, for better or worse. From childhood, Ranbir's character has idealized his father, but the love has never been reciprocated, marking the genesis of Ranbir's villainous arc within the confines of his own home.