- Animal: Anil Kapoor Introduces His Character Balbir Singh, Looks 'Deadly' In New Poster
Animal: Anil Kapoor Introduces His Character Balbir Singh, Looks 'Deadly' In New Poster
By: Pinki Thu, 21 Sept 2023 7:51:47
Actor Anil Kapoor has unveiled the first look poster of his character from the much-anticipated film "Animal," starring Ranbir Kapoor. Taking to his official social media accounts on Thursday, Anil Kapoor shared a glimpse of his role. The movie also features Rashmika Mandanna and Bobby Deol in pivotal roles.
In "Animal," Anil Kapoor is set to portray the character of Ranbir's father. The intriguing poster reveals the 66-year-old actor seated on a chair, dressed in a hospital patient's uniform with a few bandages visible on his body.
Introducing his character, Anil Kapoor cryptically wrote, "Animal Ka Baap…Balbir Singh," leaving fans curious about his role.
The post garnered attention from fellow celebrities, with his brother and producer Boney Kapoor commenting, "Looking Deadly." Anil Kapoor's daughter, Rhea Kapoor, also expressed her approval, stating, "The best."
Notable figures from the film industry, including Bhumi Pednekar, Maniesh Paul, and Saswata Chatterjee, among others, joined in to react to the intriguing poster.
Fans can look forward to the much-anticipated teaser of Sandeep Reddy Vanga's "Animal," which is set to be officially released by the makers on September 28, coinciding with Ranbir Kapoor's birthday. A tantalizing poster featuring Ranbir was unveiled a few days ago, building anticipation for the film.
"Animal" also stars Tripti Dimri and promises to deliver a captivating cinematic experience, blending visual excellence with emotional depth. The film is produced by T-Series, Cine1 Studios, and Bhadrakali Pictures, and it is scheduled to hit the big screens on December 1, 2023, in multiple languages, including Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam.
In addition to "Animal," Anil Kapoor is set to appear in "Thank You For Coming," alongside Bhumi Pednekar, Shehnaaz Gill, Dolly Singh, and Shibani Bedi.