Bollywood films often undergo scrutiny by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) to ensure that they comply with the established guidelines for public viewing. Ranbir Kapoor’s highly anticipated film, ‘Animal,’ is no exception. The CBFC has made certain modifications, including the modification of cuss words, the deletion of intimate close-up shots, and alterations to specific dialogues. Here’s a comprehensive list of the scenes that underwent CBFC scrutiny, offering insights into the regulatory process.

The film has received an A rating from the CBFC Board, but In an effort to align with the CBFC’s guidelines certain expletives and cuss words in ‘Animal’ have been modified. The CBFC has opted to delete specific close-up shots from intimate scenes within the film between characters Vijay and Zoya. In a unique modification, the word ‘costume’ has been replaced with ‘vastra’ in a certain dialogue. A noteworthy modification involves muting the word ‘natak.’ Ranbir Kapoor’s film, much like many others, has undergone alterations to align with cultural sensitivities and maintain a certain level of decorum for a diverse audience.

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Fans eagerly anticipate ‘Animal,’ recognizing that the CBFC’s modifications aim to enhance the overall viewing experience while respecting the diverse sensibilities of the audience. The film directed by Sanjay Reddy Vanga is set to release on 1st December, and the excitement of the fans is through the roof!