Recently, Ranbir Kapoor’s movie ‘Animal,’ one of the most anticipated movies of the year, hit the theaters. Despite generating a lot of hype and anticipation before its release, the film fell short of expectations on multiple levels. While the makers believed that toxic masculinity would easily resonate with Indian men, this time sadly, it didn’t work. While many were disappointed when Alia Bhatt applauded this toxic saga, we are extremely happy to see many men taking a stand against this regressive, toxic movie.
Amid Alia applauding Sandeep Vanga and his toxic Animal, here’s how many Indian men took to social media to take a stand against this toxic saga:
Everyone associated with #Animal must self-introspect, question themselves. Everyone associated with everyone associated with #Animal must send them to therapy and also stay away from them for at least six months after they start seeing a therapist. Vile isn’t daring. Walked out.
Haven’t seen ‘Kabir Singh’, so wasn’t sure what to expect from this one. It’s true that there’s a lot of acting talent at display in #Animal. But no amount of talent can cover up the fact that all of these people came together to celebrate misogyny simply because it’s profitable.
Means you can seriously judge the mental condition of the ones who are liking it. Vanga has simply made this movie to satisfy his ego. This is not filmmaking, utter rubbish this movie was. Wasted 4hrs of my life man !
Should he be treated with showers of praise cause he couldn’t understand criticism and throws out tantrum like a hormone raged angry teenager? Maybe that’s what he wants, Embrace the misogynist violent monster within you and be the MAN.
I think people are aware of this. Toxic relationships must be explored in cinema. But clearly he lacks finesse he comes across as a petulant child whining because people question his regressive thoughts. An example is Darlings with Vijay Verma. Such a well made film. Nuanced.
Jammy! I love you but that’s not as celebratory a statement that you think it is. It’s very clear the critics got to him. If you are a filmmaker with so much ‘conviction’, what critics said should have not bothered him so much that he includes specific scenes just to trigger them
@imvangasandeep dnt u have a moral responsibility for the people and #RanbirKapoor what the FCUK is this dnt u have shame left in u, how can u say yes to such movie with no dignity, respect, brutality, vulgar physical and verbal, nudity and also pathetic 2nd half#AnimalReview
While we are thankful to all men and women raising their voices against this toxic saga, it is high time that these filmmakers introspect how they are ruining the fabric of society that we live in. It isn’t okay to glorify toxicity for the sake of box-office success. What do you think? Tell us in the comments below.