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Ranbir Kapoor film Animal : Bangladesh Censor Board has edited out 27 minutes of adult content

Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor

Ranbir Kapoor film Animal : Bangladesh Censor Board has edited out 27 minutes of adult content

The box office sensation “Animal,” starring Ranbir Kapoor and directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has been making waves since its release. Recent reports indicate that the provocative scenes and dialogues in the Ranbir Kapoor film, which premiered in Bangladesh theaters, have undergone significant edits.

Despite its ‘A’ rating and a lengthy runtime of 3 hours and 23 minutes, “Animal” emerged as a massive hit. The movie is characterized by intense violent sequences, steamy moments, and unexpected dialogues that took audiences by surprise. Despite the initial shock, the film garnered widespread popularity, thanks to Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s precise direction. Amidst this success, there were reports of audiences repeatedly watching “Animal,” particularly for its adult content.

However, the latest updates reveal that the version of the Ranbir Kapoor movie screened in Bangladesh theaters had undergone substantial edits, removing all the ‘adult’ content and shocking scenes.

The success of “Animal,” headlined by Ranbir Kapoor and helmed by director Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has been nothing short of a phenomenon at the box office since its release. Despite carrying an ‘A’ rating and boasting a substantial runtime of 3 hours and 23 minutes, the film has struck a chord with audiences, featuring intense violent sequences, steamy moments, and unexpected dialogues that have become talking points.

Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s adept direction has played a pivotal role in the film’s mass appeal, even as reports surfaced of moviegoers revisiting “Animal” multiple times, particularly for its adult content. However, the latest revelations suggest that the version of the film screened in Bangladeshi theaters underwent significant alterations, excising all the ‘adult’ content and startling scenes.

This move raises questions about the censorship policies and the audience reception of such content in different regions. Despite the edits, “Animal” continues to be a noteworthy success, further establishing Ranbir Kapoor’s prowess and Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ability to create impactful cinema that resonates with diverse audiences. The film’s unique blend of elements seems to have struck a balance that captivates viewers, making it a memorable cinematic experience.

Bangladesh Censor Board Edits Out Dialogues and Shocking Scenes from Ranbir’s “Animal”

Ranbir Kapoor
Ranbir Kapoor

In a surprising turn of events, it has been revealed that the unsettling dialogues and scenes featured in “Animal” have been deliberately excluded from the version showcased in Bangladeshi cinema halls. According to an insider close to Bollywood Hungama, “The Bangladesh Film Censor Board explicitly stated that the movie could not be released unless certain ‘adult’ scenes were removed. The filmmakers consented to these requirements, resulting in the censorship of approximately 27 minutes of content. Consequently, the runtime of ‘Animal’ in Bangladesh is now 2 hours and 56 minutes.”

As anticipated, the audience in Bangladesh expressed discontent, mirroring the sentiments of their Indian counterparts, as the censored version of “Animal” lacked the anticipated shock value. Additionally, it had a delayed release in the country, premiering on December 7, while in India and other regions, it hit cinemas on December 1,” according to the source.

Another source mentioned, “Even ‘Salaar,’ which holds an ‘A’ rating in India, has not secured a release in Bangladesh. The possibility of its release in the coming week remains uncertain. On the other hand, Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Dunki’ enjoyed a simultaneous release in Bangladesh along with the rest of the world.”

Furthermore, a previous report indicated that the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) granted an ‘A’ certificate to “Animal” after making adjustments, including the removal of close-up shots in an intimate scene and appropriately altering offensive content. Fortunately, these modifications did not compromise the overall narrative or impact of the film.

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