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Sandeep on confronting those who provoke him


Sandeep Reddy Vanga

, known for his controversial films ‘Arjun Reddy’, and ‘Animal’, has once again sparked controversy with his recent statements regarding his

confrontational approach

and the influence of actor

Ranbir Kapoor

on his film ‘Animal’.

In a candid interview with Galatta Plus, Sandeep Vanga Reddy addressed criticisms and shed light on his creative process.

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Sandeep Reddy Vanga, notorious for his confrontational stance towards critics and dissenters, defended his approach, stating that he only confronts those who provoke him. He emphasized that he responds civilly to praise and positive feedback, but feels compelled to defend himself against criticism. Referring to his interactions with the media and critics, he likened it to playing defense against bouncers, asserting his right to respond to provocations.

The controversial director also delved into the making of his blockbuster film ‘Animal’, acknowledging the backlash it received for perceived misogyny and glorification of violence. He revealed that had he known Ranbir Kapoor’s proficiency in action sequences beforehand, he would have made the film even more brutal. He confessed to tailoring certain scenes in the script to showcase Kapoor’s strengths as an actor, particularly in intense moments like the explanation scene of alpha-beta.
Highlighting Ranbir Kapoor’s acting prowess, Sandeep Reddy Vanga praised the actor’s ability to elevate scenes through his performance, citing his captivating gaze and delivery as factors that influenced the script’s direction. He expressed admiration for Ranbir Kapoor’s talent, stating that his acting capabilities instilled confidence in writing longer, more intense scenes, especially in terms of action sequences.
Looking ahead, He shared insights into his upcoming project titled ‘Spirit’, featuring Prabhas in the lead role. Boldly predicting the film’s success, he claimed that it would rake in Rs 150 crore on the opening day, showcasing his unwavering confidence in the project’s potential.

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