In the midst of a week dedicated to celebrating fathers, the upcoming release of “Animal” on December 1st promises an exploration of intense father-son love. Following suit on December 7th is a romantic family drama centred around the relationship between a father and his daughter. To shed light on these intriguing narratives, director Sandeep Reddy Vanga and actor Natural star Nani engaged in a promotional interview, unravelling aspects of their movies that go beyond the screen.
Nani initiated the conversation, expressing anticipation for the three-and-a-half-hour runtime of Sandeep’s film, given the director’s outstanding track record. Sandeep shared insights into the initial concerns surrounding the movie’s length, particularly in Bombay. Despite contemplating trimming for two days I could trim just 25 seconds, he emphasized the exceptional performances that justified every minute on screen, ensuring a gripping cinematic experience.
The interview then delved into the thematic essence of Nani’s film. Sandeep inquired if the movie involved sharing bits and pieces of one’s life with their daughter. Nani, with a smile, dismissed the notion, hinting at a more intricate narrative. Sandeep probed further, questioning if the story was entirely fictional. Nani clarified that while the movie is based on a real story, the act of narrating it to the daughter within the movie serves as a pivotal element. The aftermath of this storytelling becomes the crux of the film, exploring the profound effects and emotions that unfold post-revelation.
This interview offered a sneak peek into the nuanced layers of these upcoming releases, inviting audiences to delve deeper into the intricacies of “Animal” and the untold aspects of Nani’s family drama ‘Hi Nanna’. As we gear up for this cinematic treat, the interview serves as a tantalizing prelude, promising a more profound understanding of the emotions and narratives awaiting us in the theatres.