A Gripping Tale of Love, Revenge, and Redemption: A View on Animal, the Movie.

By Daxesh Trivedi

Animal is not just a story of rebellion or a portrayal of a rude and arrogant son. Instead, it delves into the intricacies of the father-son relationship, exploring themes of love, revenge, and emotions. With a perfect blend of action and romance, this movie offers an unforgettable cinematic experience.

One of the highlights of Animal is the remarkable acting by Ranbir Kapoor and Bobby Deol. Playing the role of an alpha male on screen is a challenging task, but Ranbir pulls it off splendidly. Already establishing his talent in previous films like Rockstar, Barfi!, Tamasha, and Sanju, Animal solidifies Ranbir's position as a superstar in the industry.

Directed by Sandeep, Animal is his first venture into the action and mainstream genre. The climax scene, featuring the interaction between Ranbir and Anil Kapoor, steals the show and showcases the director's brilliance. Another extended climax scene set in an animal park further adds to the film's appeal.

While many reviewers have focused on the movie's impact on culture and society, my attention is solely on the acting and execution of the script. These aspects are at the core of any film, and Animal excels in both areas. Sandeep's decision to stay true to his vision without customization demonstrates his bravery as a filmmaker.

Although the movie touches upon the concept of the alpha male, it is not the central message but rather a part of the script and the writer's imagination for the lead character.

Ultimately, the story revolves around the lengths a son would go to save his father's life, adding to the movie's charm. The fight sequences between Ranbir and Bobby, accompanied by a fantastic background score, serve as the heart of the film. As a cinema lover, there are several reasons why one should watch this captivating movie.

Furthermore, Animal has garnered numerous award nominations, and it is highly likely to be the winner in categories such as Best Actor, Best Movie, Best Director, Best Background Score, Best Music, and Best Singer of the Year. Without a doubt, Animal is the biggest "animal" of the year and offers performances that will be remembered for decades to come.

Edited by Shanti Shukla