Bobby Deol Unveils Altered Climax in ‘Animal’: Ranbir Kapoor Kiss Scene Removed
In a surprising revelation, actor Bobby Deol recently disclosed a significant alteration in the climax of the upcoming movie ‘Animal’, indicating the removal of a pivotal scene involving a kiss between his character and Ranbir Kapoor’s.
The actor shed light on the scene during an interview, mentioning that initially, the director, Sandeep Reddy Vanga, had scripted a moment where their characters engage in a kiss amid an intense confrontation. “You’re fighting, and you suddenly kiss him, and then you don’t give up, and he kills you,” Bobby Deol explained, detailing the initial plot trajectory.
However, Bobby Deol went on to reveal that this particular kiss sequence was subsequently removed from the final cut of the film. The decision to omit the scene appears to have been made during the editing process. Despite its removal, Bobby Deol hinted that the uncut version of ‘Animal’ on Netflix might feature the deleted kiss, leaving a possibility for fans to witness the original vision of the climax.
This revelation has piqued curiosity among fans and movie enthusiasts, raising questions about the creative choices made in shaping the narrative of ‘Animal’. The alteration of such a significant sequence in the climax, particularly involving two prominent actors like Bobby Deol and Ranbir Kapoor, has sparked intrigue about the story dynamics and character arcs within the movie.
‘Animal’, directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has been highly anticipated for its star-studded cast and promising storyline. With Bobby Deol’s revelation, audiences are now intrigued to see the variations between the theatrical release and the uncut version on Netflix, hoping to explore the nuances of the characters and the story in its entirety.
The deleted scene revelation has added an extra layer of anticipation for fans eagerly awaiting the release of ‘Animal’, as it promises to offer unexpected twists and turns that were initially envisioned during the filmmaking process.