Should Nani Be Worried About 'Animal'?
Exactly, one week ahead of 'Hi Nanna' release, Ranbir Kapoor's 'Animal' is hitting the screens worldwide. The hype on this film increased massively as soon as the trailer dropped.By: Tupaki Desk | 24 Nov 2023 11:15 AM GMT
Natural Star Nani is promoting his film 'Hi Nanna' rigorously without any break. With heroine Mrunal Thakur not being completely available, Nani has taken up the responsibility on his shoulders. The creative promotions on social media and regular interviews has taken 'Hi Nanna' into the people. With 'Operation Valentine' and 'Gangs Of Godavari' almost postponed, there is only one film to compete with him and it is Nithiin's 'Extra Ordinary Man'. But Nani is now going to face an unexpected competition at the box office.
Exactly, one week ahead of 'Hi Nanna' release, Ranbir Kapoor's 'Animal' is hitting the screens worldwide. The hype on this film increased massively as soon as the trailer dropped. The youth are definitely going to watch this film and the father-son sentiment may lure the family audience too despite the 'A' certificate because of the violence. The euphoria of 'Animal' may continue for at least two weeks if the movie manages to get a positive talk. It will get a strong run in North India and Kerala. With Ranbir himself arriving to promote the film in Telugu, it may do well in Telugu states as well. This is where Nani may have a problem.
'Hi Nanna' is releasing in multiple languages and it looks like a very class and urbane film. While both 'Animal' and 'Hi Nanna' are high on emotions, the treatment of Sandeep Reddy Vanga is going to be the difference. The talk of Ranbir's film is going to be key for 'Hi Nanna'. Shouryuv is the director of Nani's film which revolves around father-daughter sentiment and a beautiful love story. The songs have attracted the audience a lot and the trailer will give an idea of what to expect from the movie. Nani is coming with a class movie after a mass flick like 'Dasara'. We need to see how 'Animal' does as this film's performance may affect the collections of 'Hi Nanna' in other languages as well as in A centers of Telugu states.