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Vikas Divyakirti from 12th Fail Criticizes the Film Animal, Calling it “Very Vulgar and Rude”.

Vikas Divyakirti, a teacher and former IAS officer who appeared in 12th Fail, doesn’t like Ranbir Kapoor’s film Animal. Divyakirti, who is an educator and YouTube personality, thinks Animal by Sandeep Reddy Vanga is vulgar. He believes the film will hurt young minds.

In an interview with radio personality Neelesh Misra, Vikas Divyakirti gave his blunt opinion on the film Animal. He said that a film like Animal sets society back by 10 years and should not be made. He criticized the focus on making money by showing the hero acting like an animal without considering the social impact.

Vikas Divyakirti from 12th Fail Criticizes the Film Animal

Vikas specifically mentioned a scene where Ranbir Kapoor’s character asks a woman (played by Tripti Dimri) to lick his shoe to prove her loyalty. He expressed concern that immature boys might try to copy this behavior with their girlfriends, which could be harmful. He said it is sad when careless and mean-spirited films like this are made, but both positive and negative influences exist in the world.

Vikas Divyakirti played himself in 12th Fail, a film starring Vikrant Massey. He runs an IAS coaching institute, and his YouTube videos are popular on social media.

Animal Movie

Animal was a hit when it was released. It made ₹900 crore worldwide and became Ranbir Kapoor’s most successful film. However, the film faced criticism for promoting toxic masculinity, extra-marital affairs, and violent behavior. It also featured Bobby Deol, Anil Kapoor, and Rashmika Mandanna.

Since Animal was released, many celebrities have shared their thoughts about the film. Vidya Balan recently talked about it, saying, “Conviction is key here. We often hear that content is king, but great content needs to be told convincingly. Animal is a good example of this. I am not saying it lacked good content, but it was told without hesitation or doubt. The film’s success proves this point. When telling a story, do it confidently and unapologetically.”

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