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'Animal' teaser: Ranbir Kapoor in his fiercest avatar, Alia Bhatt reacts Animal
Photo courtesy: Screenshot grab from trailer video

'Animal' teaser: Ranbir Kapoor in his fiercest avatar, Alia Bhatt reacts

IBNS | @indiablooms | 28 Sep 2023, 01:20 pm

Mumbai/IBNS: The makers dropped the teaser of Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial 'Animal' starring Ranbir Kapoor on Thursday on the occasion of the actor's 41st birthday.

The teaser, which begins with Ranbir and Rashmika Mandanna in a single frame, slowly pans towards the Bollywood star's fiercest look and actions.

The teaser captures Ranbir's troubled relationship with his father (played by Bollywood veteran Anil Kapoor).

However, Ranbir is seen defending his father as the "best" in conversation with Rashmika in the initial scene of the teaser showcasing violence, bloodshed, car chases et al.

Long hairs, beard and a cigarette in mouth has undoubtedly provided Ranbir a never-seen-before look.

Ranbir's actress wife Alia Bhatt praised the teaser sharing it on her Instagram profile.

The film, which also features Bobby Deol and Tripti Dimri in the lead, will be released in Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam on December 1.

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