Ranbir Kapoor and Mahesh Babu were present at Malla Reddy College of Engineering in Hyderabad, Telangana which hosted an unforgettable night for its young students as renowned stars and filmmakers made a grand appearance for the pre-release promotional event of Sandeep Reddy Vanga's upcoming film, Animal. Amidst the prestigious institution's ambience, apart from Ranbir Kapoor, Rashmika Mandanna, Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, producers Bhushan Kumar, Shiv Chanana, Pranay Reddy Vanga, and eminent Telugu film producer Dil Raju were in attendance. The event reached greater heights with the presence of filmmaker SS Rajamouli who graced the event. ALSO READ | DID YOU KNOW? Ranbir Kapoor-Bobby Deol's Shirtless Fight Sequence In Animal Was Shot In Minus 8 Degrees
Interestingly, a candid moment captured by the event's paparazzi caught everyone's attention, when Mahesh engaged in an animated conversation with Ranbir, seated beside him. A heartwarming scene unfolded as Ranbir shared what appeared to be pictures, speculated by netizens to be of Baby Raha, with Mahesh. Now netizens believe that the Bollywood star is showing stills of his beloved daughter Raha to the Telugu superstar as the expressions of the two actors suggest so. Check out the viral moment below. ALSO READ | Animal: Ranbir Kapoor CONFIRMS 500 KG Machine Gun In Film Is'nt CGI But Real, Built From Scratch In Four Months - WATCH
During the Hyderabad media press conference earlier today, Ranbir expressed his fondness for the city during film promotions. Recalling his debut film 'Saawariya', he reminisced about visiting Hyderabad with Sonam Kapoor, where they gave their first autographs and photos. Ranbir noted the exceptional excitement and advance bookings for 'Animal' in Hyderabad, unmatched elsewhere. Gratefully acknowledging this enthusiasm, he humorously expressed his desire to be embraced as an adopted son of the Telugu states, urging acceptance in any way possible.
Animal's trailer got great response from the audience and it revolves around a gripping narrative delving into a tumultuous father-son dynamic, which bears the mark of Vanga's craftsmanship as the writer, editor, and director. Even Bobby's portrayal as the ultimate antagonist earned applause for the intensity displayed in a few pivotal scenes. Clocking in at a substantial runtime of 3 hours and 20 minutes, the film secured an A-certificate and is slated for a multi-lingual release on December 1st across Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Malayalam cinemas.
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