Sandeep Reddy Vanga's highly anticipated film, "Animal," made its grand entrance into theaters on December 1, 2023. From the moment it hit the screens, the movie has been a tour de force, breaking records and captivating audiences worldwide. The latest addition to the buzz is the unveiling of a medley featuring A.R. Rahman's music, which showcases the much-awaited entrance of Ranbir Kapoor. Fans had been eagerly anticipating Kapoor's appearance, and the recently released medley has only heightened the excitement surrounding the film.
Ranbir Kapoor's Stylish Entry:
The medley, following the success of Bobby Deol's "Jamal Kudu" entry song, has taken the anticipation for 'Animal' to new heights. In this visual spectacle, Ranbir Kapoor makes a charismatic entrance on a motorcycle, exuding his signature chocolaty boy persona. With a cigarette in hand, long hair, a black leather jacket, and black glasses, Kapoor perfectly embodies the essence of his beloved image, leaving the audience in awe.
Social Media Buzz:
The medley has sparked a flurry of reactions on social media platforms, with users expressing their enthusiasm for Ranbir Kapoor's grand entrance. One user commended Sandeep Vanga Reddy's direction, stating, 'Mr. Sandeep Vanga Reddy has executed a truly fantastic job, meticulously selecting every element. He skillfully creates the necessary ambiance for the development of an anti-hero and character. Cinematography, background music, acting, and songs are all outstanding.' Another user praised the background music, saying, 'The background music is excellent. I was eagerly anticipating the release of this song... Ranbir's entrance is fantastic.'
Box Office Triumph:
'Animal' is not only making waves in the hearts of the audience but also raking in millions daily at the box office. As the film inches towards the 800-crore mark globally, it is poised to join the exclusive 500-crore club in the domestic box office. The movie's current box office earnings have catapulted it into the record books as Ranbir Kapoor's highest-grossing film to date, solidifying its status as a blockbuster.