Nitesh Kumar Sahoo

Actor Ranbir Kapoor's Animal emerged as a box office monster, though it was criticised by a section of the audience and critics. Fans are yet to get over the hangover of the ruthless and violent Ranvijay. Indeed, there are many takeaways from the movie that will remain a craze among movie lovers for a long time. In general, the audience loves the actors who nail their onscreen characters and Ranbir is one such actor.

Recently, at the Filmfare Awards show, held in Gujarat, Ranbir channeled his inner 'Animal' off the screen after he got annoyed with ace filmmaker Karan Johar. A video of the same is now going viral when Ranbir left everyone shocked with his behaviour. 

At the recent award show, Karan Johar and Ayushmann Khurrana hosted the show. In the video, KJo appears to be asking Ranbir for help. KJo says, "Ranbir hi kar sakta hai, Ranbir hi karega, Ranbir ko hi karna chahiye, Ranbir must help us.”

KJo repeatedly took RK's name which irritated the Brahmastra actor. RK went on to mouth his viral dialogue from Animal. Cutting off Karan, RK says, "Sunayi de raha hai, behra nahi hoon main (I can listen, I am not deaf).” 

Such a gesture left both Karan and Ayushmann as well as several others shocked. Undoubtedly, Ranbir yelling at Karan was a part of the show.

Ranbir won the Best Actor (male) award at the Filmfare Awards held last month for his stellar performance in Animal. While accepting the award, the Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani actor remembered his father, the late Rishi Kapoor. He dedicated the award to his father and in his acceptance speech, RK said, "I'd like to dedicate this award to Mr Rishi Kapoor-Papa meri jaan. Every day I think of you, I remember you. And, everything I feel for you ...the love, the affection I try to channelise it through this part. And, I hope you are up there in peace and resting."

Helmed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, the movie also starred Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Rashmika Mandanna, and Triptii Dimri among others. The story is all about a son's love for his father. As a son, he crosses all boundaries to seek his father's validation and even risks his life to save his father's life.

After the humongous success of Animal, now, Ranbir Kapoor is all set for his upcoming flicks Ramayana and Love & War. While in Ramayana, helmed by Nitesh Tiwari, RK will essay the role of Lord Ram, in the second, he has teamed up with eminent filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali.