Triptii Dimri Reveals How Her Parents Reacted To Intimate Scene With Ranbir In Animal

Triptii Dimri admitted her parents were ‘taken aback’ by her intimate scene with Ranbir Kapoor in Animal. Triptii played Zoya in the Sandeep Reddy Vanga film. Triptii Dimri’s performance as Zoya in Animal has grabbed attention. Many also called out the misogynistic treatment of the women in the Sandeep Reddy Vanga film. In an interview, Triptii has now revealed that her parents were ‘taken aback’ by her much-talked-about intimate scene with Ranbir Kapoor, and told her that she ‘shouldn’t have done it.”

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Speaking about how her parents reacted to her intimate scene in Animal, Triptii said, “My parents got a little taken aback. (They said) ‘We have never seen something like this in films and you have done it.’ It took them time to get over that scene. They were very sweet to me though. They were like, ‘You shouldn’t have done that… but it’s okay. As parents, we will obviously feel this.’

Triptii’s parent’s reaction after watching ‘Animal’

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She further added how she told her parents that it was her responsibility as an actor to make that part as honest as possible. “I told them I am not doing anything wrong. It’s my job and as long as I am comfortable and safe, I don’t see any problem in that. I am an actor and I have to be 100 percent honest with the character that I play and I did that,”  she mentioned.

Triptii has earlier said that director Sandeep Reddy Vanga told her about every scene while talking about her part, and made her comfortable on set. The actor also revealed that even though she knows that the scenes have sparked debate, humans also have a dark and selfish side.

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Animal has emerged as the highest-grossing film at the box office of Ranbir’s career. The film chronicles the toxic relationship between Rannvijay (Ranbir) and his father Balbir Singh (Anil Kapoor). It also stars Bobby Deol and Rashmika Mandanna in key roles.