" /> The issue of ‘Animals’ was raised in the Indian Parliament, and MPs objected to the portrayal of violence. – News of Global

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Kathmandu. Public opinion is divided about the Hindi film ‘Animal’ directed by Sandeep Reddy Bhanga. On the one hand, it is making a bang at the box office; on the other hand, it has been criticized for glorifying ‘toxic masculinity’.

This controversy has also entered the Parliament of India. In Thursday’s Rajya Sabha meeting, the issue of the Ranbir Kapoor starrer ‘Animal’ was raised. Congress MP Ranjith Ranjan has objected to the violence depicted in ‘Animal’.

She told Parliament that her daughter cried after watching this crime film. According to Bharatiya TV Aaj Tak, she said in Parliament that cinema is the mirror of society. We grow up watching movies, and it can influence the youth. Earlier, there were films like Kabir Singh and Pushpa; now there is Animal. My daughter went to see the movie with her college friend and walked out in the middle because she was so scared she was crying.”
She said that this film shows violence against women and can affect youth. Look at Kabir Singh. How does he treat his wife, people, and society? However, the film does justice to his work. People have started considering him as a role model. Because we have seen it in the film, we are also seeing such violence in society.’ She also criticized the use of the song ‘Arjan Bhaili’ in the film. The Punjabi war song is played in a scene where Ranbir Kapoor’s character is rendered violent.

She said earlier: As far as ‘Arjan Bhaili’ is concerned, the commander-in-chief of the Sikh forces, Hari Singh Nalwa, who fought against the Mughals and the British, was his son, Arjan Singh Nalwa. He saved many Muslims from Gujranwala in Pakistan before partition. The film has used the historical song in the context of the gang war, and it may hurt religious sentiments.

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