Animal Movie: Sandeep Reddy Vanga Fires Back at Kiran Rao’s Criticism
Kiran Rao Clarifies: She Never Criticized Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ‘Animal’
In a recent interview, Kiran Rao, the ex-wife of Aamir Khan, has clarified that she never criticized Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s film ‘Animal’.
Rao’s clarification comes after Vanga accused her of criticizing his film without having seen it. Vanga had also suggested that Rao should look at the movies Aamir Khan has done before commenting on his work.
Rao, however, has stated that she has never mentioned any specific films in her comments. She said that she was speaking about Misogyny in general and will continue to do so.
Sandeep Reddy Vanga Calls Out Kiran Rao’s Comment on ‘Kabir Singh’ Promoting Misogyny
In an interview with Dainik Bhaskar, Sandeep Reddy Vanga addressed the criticism of Aamir Khan’s ex-wife, Kiran Rao, without taking her name.
Vanga said that Rao should take note of Aamir’s film instead and shared how, in Dil, his character even threatens a female character with rape but ends up falling in love at the end.
“I think she does not know the difference between stalking and approaching,” Vanga said. “When people read these things out of context, they tend to agree. This is entirely wrong.”
Aamir Khan’s Apology for Song ‘Khambe Jaisi Khadi Hai’
Kiran Rao also recalled how Aamir Khan apologized for the song ‘Khambe Jaisi Khadi Hai’ that Sandeep Reddy Vanga had pointed out.
Rao commended Aamir for being among the rare individuals who have apologized for songs like ‘Khambe Jaisi Khadi Hai’ and similar instances in their body of work.
Sutapa Sikdar Criticizes Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ‘Animal’
After Kiran Rao, now the wife of late Irrfan Khan, Sutapa Sikdar, has also criticized Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ‘Animal’.
Sikdar said that Vanga’s film promotes Misogyny and stalking and that he should apologize for it.
‘Animal’ Receives Mixed Reviews from Audience
Sandeep Vanga’s ‘Animal’, starring Ranbir Kapoor in the lead role, received mixed reviews from the audience.
While the movie made big numbers at the box office, the audience criticized it for toxic masculinity and Misogyny.
Some critics argued that the film glorifies violence and stalking, while others praised it for its performances and direction.
The controversy surrounding Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ‘Animal’ has brought the issue of misogyny and stalking in Bollywood films to the forefront.
Some critics have argued that Bollywood films often normalize violence against women and that this needs to be addressed.
Others have defended Bollywood films, arguing that they are simply reflecting the reality of Indian society.
The debate is likely to continue, as Bollywood films continue to be a source of entertainment for millions of people in India and around the world.