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Third single from Ranbir Kapoor's Animal to drop on this date

In the film, Bobby Deol plays the antagonist, while Anil Kapoor essays the role of Ranbir's father

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Published: 13th November 2023
Third single from Ranbir Kapoor's Animal to drop on this date

The makers of the upcoming action-thriller film Animal, starring Ranbir Kapoor in the lead role announced that the third track of the film will be out soon.

Titled Papa Meri Jaan, the song will be released tomorrow, November 13. The song will be released in Nanna Nuv Na Pranam in Telugu, Nee En Ulagam in Tamil, Neeyanakhilam Thaathaa in Malayalam and Nanna Ravi Neene in Kannada.

Earlier, the makers had released the first and the second singles Hua Main and Satranga a few weeks back. Hua Main is crooned by Raghav Chaitanya and Pritam with lyrics by Manoj Muntashir Shukla. Satranga is sung by Arijit Singh.

Directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, Animal also stars Rashmika Mandanna, Anil Kapoor and Bobby Deol in pivotal roles.

In the film, Bobby Deol plays the antagonist, while Anil Kapoor essays the role of Ranbir's father. Tripti Dimri also plays a prominent role in the film.

According to the film’s teaser, Ranbir’s character’s attachment leads him on the path of becoming a gangster, eventually coming to face with his nemesis, played by Bobby Deol.

Animal is set to release in multiple languages, including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada. It has cinematography by Amit Roy, and dialogues written by Saurabh Gupta. With T Series backing the film, Animal is scheduled for a theatrical release on December 1.

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