Highly Anticipated 'Animal' Release Faces Delay in Bangladesh
In a surprising turn of events, the highly anticipated release of the Sandeep Reddy Vanga thriller "Animal," starring Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor, is encountering an unexpected delay in Bangladesh. The film, slated for a global release today, has hit a roadblock on its journey to local theaters in Bangladesh.
Despite receiving clearance from The Ministry of Information on November 28, "Animal" awaits the green light from the Bangladesh Film Censor Board (BFCB). Khorshed Alam Khosru, a BFCB member and producer, disclosed that the film is yet to be submitted for clearance, and the necessary follow-up paperwork is pending.
"We didn't receive the film. Usually, upon getting clearance from the Ministry of Information, the importing company requires follow-up paperwork. I believe Kibria Films couldn't arrange for these in due time, so 'Animal' is not releasing on Friday; that's confirmed," explained Khorshed Alam.
Despite the setback, advance tickets for "Animal" have already hit the shelves in some theatres across the country, indicating fervent anticipation among eager audiences. Filmmaker Anonno Mamun, credited with bringing Bollywood hits like Shah Rukh Khan's "Pathaan" and "Jawan" to Bangladesh, is at the helm of the film's debut in the country.
The delay follows the unveiling of the film's first trailer, promising an intense family drama revolving around the complex relationship between Arjun Singh, portrayed by Ranbir Kapoor, and his father, Balbir Singh, played by the seasoned Anil Kapoor. Rashmika Mandanna joins the cast as Ranbir's romantic interest, while Bobby Deol takes on the role of the main antagonist.
The pan-Indian film boasts a star-studded ensemble, including Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Rashmika Mandanna, and Tripti Dimri. Audiences, both in India and Bangladesh, are on the edge of their seats, eager to witness the cinematic spectacle promised by "Animal." As fans await further updates on the film's release in Bangladesh, the buzz surrounding this cinematic venture continues to grow.
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