Animal: 'The history of indian cinema has been put to shame...', lyricist Swanand harsh on Ranbir Kapoor's Animal
The film 'Animal', directed by sandeep Reddy Vanga, is making huge money at the box office. However, seeing its ultra-violent and misogynistic story and scenes, lyricist Swanand Kirkire has expressed concern.
The much-awaited film 'Animal', directed by sandeep Reddy Vanga, was released in theaters on december 1. ranbir kapoor is winning the hearts of the audience with the role of Ranvijay Singh Balbir in the film. This action drama took a bumper opening at the box office. Also, it has earned Rs 129.80 crore in just two days. On one hand, most of the viewers are not tired of praising it. At the same time, some are also criticizing it for being ultra-violent and misogynistic. The name of popular lyricist Swanand Kirkire has also been added to the list of critics, whose post is going viral on social media.
Lyricist Swanand Kirkire angry over 'Animal'
Popular lyricist Swanand Kirkire has fiercely attacked 'Animal'. The lyricist posted on Vinglish, Vikas Bahl's queen Shoojit Sircar's Piku, and many such films in indian cinema that taught me to respect a woman, her rights, and her autonomy even after understanding everything, there are still many shortcomings in this age-old thinking. I don't know whether I succeeded or not, but even today I am constantly trying to improve myself. Thanks to the cinema for this.
'The future of cinema is in danger from Animal'
Swanand finally said, 'Ranbir's dialogue in which he defines alpha male, and says that men who cannot become alpha, they become poets to get the pleasure of all women, and promises to break the moon and stars. Start doing. I am a poet, I do poetry for a living. Is there any place for me? A film is making huge money and the glorious history of indian cinema is being put to shame. In my understanding, this film will determine the future of indian cinema in a different, terrifying, and dangerous direction.