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'Animal' Roars at Box Office: Triptii Dimri Discusses Filming and Character

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'Animal' Roars at Box Office: Triptii Dimri Discusses Filming and Character

The captivating drama 'Animal,' directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has sent shockwaves through the box office, rapidly approaching the staggering Rs 900 crore mark. The film, featuring a star-studded cast that includes Ranbir Kapoor, Rashmika Mandanna, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, and Triptii Dimri, has become an audience magnet and a financial success. Yet, it's not just the impressive numbers that have garnered attention, but a particular intimate scene between Triptii Dimri and Ranbir Kapoor has also caused a ripple on social media. In a recent reveal, Triptii Dimri, who brilliantly portrays the character of Zoya, discloses the intricacies involved in the filming of this scene.

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Ensuring Comfort on Set

In her conversation with IndiaToday.in, Dimri emphasised the importance of a supportive and secure environment during the filming of intimate scenes. She commended her co-star, Ranbir Kapoor, who consistently ensured her comfort during the shoot. The filming was carried out in a closed set, strictly limited to five individuals: the director, the director of photography (DOP), and the actors involved.

Dimri's Portrayal of Zoya

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Beyond the intimate scene that drew attention, Dimri's portrayal of Zoya has been met with critical acclaim. Contrary to the typical portrayal of negative characters, Dimri shared that the focus was on Zoya's innocence and internal motives, bringing a fresh perspective to the character.

'Animal' Marches On

Released on December 1, 'Animal' continues its triumphant march at the box office, competing against Vicky Kaushal's 'Sam Bahadur.' With its intriguing narrative and outstanding performances, the film has emerged as one of the biggest hits of Ranbir Kapoor's career. At this pace, it may soon surpass the lifetime collections of 'Sanju,' setting a new record for Kapoor. As the film continues to draw audiences, the buzz around 'Animal' shows no signs of diminishing.

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