Kangana Ranaut, known for expressing her opinions boldly in both politics and cinema, has stirred discussions with her recent comments on the film "Animal" during an interview on Aamir Khan's show, 'Satyamev Jayate'. "Animal," featuring Ranbir Kapoor, has been a major success at the box office, collecting 300 crores in its first week, though it has also sparked various controversies.
In the interview, kangana addressed the portrayal of dark characters in films and highlighted the importance of depicting the consequences of their actions. She emphasized that while she does not oppose showing reality on screen or exploring dark themes, it is crucial to portray the related consequences. kangana stated, "I'm not saying that I don't want to do dark films or that I don't want to show reality on screen. But if it is shown, it is also important to show its consequences."
Specifically referring to characters like the protagonist in "Animal," kangana expressed concern about the impact on viewers. She commented, "Such boys (like Animal's protagonist) grow up and start ragging on others. Everyone is harassed, not only girls. Their parents are also victims. They (Wild Boys) feel that such characters in movies justify their behavior. They stick to the character traits and wear the same shirt. They show the same behaviour. They think they are the right people because movies are coming out about them."