The much-anticipated movie 'Animal,' starring Ranbir Kapoor, has been delayed. The movie was supposed to come out on August 11 to take advantage of the Independence Day holiday weekend, but it will now come out on December 1. This choice was made because the director, Sandeep Reddy Vanga, wanted to make a high-quality movie without changing the story or the way it was made.
The film's production company, T-Series, also posted a video on Twitter in which the director, Sandeep Reddy Vanga, talked about why the movie was being held up. He said that the complicated details of the movie are making the post-production process take longer than they had planned. For example, 'Animal' has seven songs that will be put out in five different languages.
The team is working on 35 different versions of each song to avoid making the songs sound like they were overdubbed. Vanga thanked everyone for how excited they were about the pre-teaser and made it clear that it is in fact a part of the movie. He made a point of saying that 'Animal' is a big project, both in terms of money and how it makes people feel.
The Telugu movie 'Arjun Reddy' and its Hindi version, 'Kabir Singh,' were both big hits for the director. Vanga thinks that the extra time will give the team a chance to improve and polish every part of the movie, making sure it meets the highest standards of quality. Animal was made by T-Series, which is owned by Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar, Cine1 Studios, which is owned by Murad Khetani, and Bhadrakali Pictures, which is owned by Pranay Reddy Vanga. In the movie, Anil Kapoor, Ranbir Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Rashmika Mandanna, and Tripti Dimri all play important roles. Fans can see it in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam on December 1.
With this delay, people can expect 'Animal,' which is being directed by the talented Sandeep Reddy Vanga and has a great cast, to be a cinematic masterpiece. The extra time spent making sure the movie is perfect will definitely make it better overall, solidifying its place as a highly anticipated blockbuster.