bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor a film by ‘Animal‘ was released in theaters on December 1, 2023. This film has made huge money at the box office. The film has collected more than Rs 500 crore in India. Even though this film has earned very well, there has been a lot of controversy regarding it. now famous lyricist Javed Akhtar Has raised questions on the success of the film ‘Animal’ directed by Sandeep Vanga Reddy. Even Javed Akhtar has called the success of ‘Animal’ dangerous. Let us know why Javed Akhtar has said this.
Javed Akhtar criticized the film
Javed Akhtar Has expressed his opinion on the success of films nowadays at the Ajanta Ellora International Film Festival in Aurangabad. Taking the name of the film ‘Animal’, Javed Akhtar has said, ‘If there is a film in which a man says to a woman, lick my shoes. If a man says what is wrong in slapping this woman? If that picture is a superhit, it is a very dangerous thing. Let us tell you that in the film ‘Animal’, Ranbir Kapoor had asked Trupti Dimri to lick his shoes to prove his love. At the same time, Shahid Kapoor slapped Kiara Advani in the film ‘Kabir Singh’. Both these films were directed by Sandeep Vanga Reddy and both the films were superhit at the box office.
Javed Akhtar raised questions on songs
Javed Akhtar has reacted not only about the story of the film but also on the songs. Javed Akhtar said, ‘What kind of songs are being made these days?’ Javed Akhtar talked about the famous song ‘Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai’ from the film Khalnayak. Javed Akhtar said, people wonder why today’s songs are so problematic. Take the example of Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai, the issue is not the creation of the song involving 7 men and 2 women. They are hardly a problem. The problem is that the audience made this song a huge hit. Crores of people liked the song. This is scary. Javed Akhtar further said that the audience makes such films and songs successful. Javed Akhtar said, ‘A huge responsibility lies with the people watching the cinema, rather than the cinema makers. This is your responsibility. You decide what kind of films will be made and what kind of films will not be made.