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Ranbir Kapoor's Take on 'Wipe It Off' Incident, Focuses on Upcoming Film 'Animal

In a recent turn of events, Ranbir Kapoor has responded to Alia Bhatt's 'Wipe Off Lipstick' remark. After days of online debates and discussions regarding the controversial statement made by Alia, Ranbir Kapoor, who is eagerly anticipating the release of his upcoming film 'Animal,' has chosen to break his silence.

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In a recent turn of events, Ranbir Kapoor has responded to Alia Bhatt's 'Wipe Off Lipstick' remark. After days of online debates and discussions regarding the controversial statement made by Alia, Ranbir Kapoor, who is eagerly anticipating the release of his upcoming film 'Animal,' has chosen to break his silence.

Alia Bhatt's revelation about Ranbir's preference for her to 'Wipe Off Lipstick' caused a storm on social media. This candid confession prompted a wide array of reactions from the online community. Some netizens criticized Ranbir for being overly controlling, while others applauded Alia's makeup choices and her unique lipstick application method, which she demonstrated in the video.

Addressing the controversy, Ranbir Kapoor made it clear that he stands against toxic masculinity. During a Zoom session with his fans, he stated, "Recently, I was reading some article about being toxic and something relating to some statement I made, and I understand this. And I am on the side of the people who are fighting against toxic masculinity." He also acknowledged that people's opinions about him, whether positive or negative, are owned by the public.

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Ranbir emphasized that as an actor, he doesn't take everything written about him to heart. The image created by his movies, characters, and the media isn't something he owns; it belongs to the people who appreciate or criticize his work. His primary focus has always been on acting.

Meanwhile, 'Animal,' his upcoming film, has generated significant buzz with its striking promotional materials. The movie, set to release on December 1, explores the dark world of crime and delves into the complex life of Ranbir's character, marked by inner struggles and self-destructive tendencies, largely due to his strained relationship with his father. With a star-studded cast including Rashmika Mandana, Bobby Deol, and Anil Kapoor, 'Animal' promises to offer an intense and gripping cinematic experience for the audience.

In conclusion, Ranbir Kapoor's response to Alia Bhatt's revelation adds another layer to the ongoing discourse surrounding relationships, masculinity, and individuality, while also building anticipation for his upcoming film 'Animal.'

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