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“Laapataa Ladies” Surpasses “Animal” in Netflix Views, Triumphing Over Misogyny.’

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In a notable turn of events, Kiran Rao’s female-centric comedy, “Laapataa Ladies,” has outshined the controversial drama “Animal” on Netflix, signaling a shift towards more inclusive narratives.

While “Animal,” known for its portrayal of toxic masculinity, had initially attracted attention with the star power of Ranbir Kapoor, it’s “Laapataa Ladies” that has gained momentum, surpassing its viewership figures. Premiering in theaters on March 1 before its Netflix release, the Aamir Khan production has amassed 13.8 million views on the streaming platform, edging past “Animal’s” 13.6 million views within the same timeframe.

Starring Sparsh Shrivastava, Pratibha Ranta, Nitanshi Goel, and Ravi Kishan, “Laapataa Ladies” has captivated audiences globally, especially in the UK, with its refreshing take on relationships and engaging storytelling. Audiences and critics alike have praised the film for its depth of characters and nuanced portrayal of relationships.

Reflecting the film’s growing popularity through word-of-mouth, viewers have expressed their enthusiasm, with one remarking, “It’s become very popular in the UK. All my local friends loved it.” Another echoed similar sentiments, emphasizing, “This movie deserves all the attention.”

Despite the star power of Ranbir Kapoor, “Animal” faced criticism for its portrayal of harmful behavior, sparking debates about its themes. Ranbir Kapoor defended the film, stating that it aimed to provoke dialogue and discussion, but “Laapataa Ladies” emerges as a refreshing alternative, resonating with audiences seeking more inclusive and uplifting narratives.

In a notable turn of events, Kiran Rao’s female-centric comedy, “Laapataa Ladies,” has outshined the controversial drama “Animal” on Netflix, signaling a shift towards more inclusive narratives.

While “Animal,” known for its portrayal of toxic masculinity, had initially attracted attention with the star power of Ranbir Kapoor, it’s “Laapataa Ladies” that has gained momentum, surpassing its viewership figures. Premiering in theaters on March 1 before its Netflix release, the Aamir Khan production has amassed 13.8 million views on the streaming platform, edging past “Animal’s” 13.6 million views within the same timeframe.

Starring Sparsh Shrivastava, Pratibha Ranta, Nitanshi Goel, and Ravi Kishan, “Laapataa Ladies” has captivated audiences globally, especially in the UK, with its refreshing take on relationships and engaging storytelling. Audiences and critics alike have praised the film for its depth of characters and nuanced portrayal of relationships.

Reflecting the film’s growing popularity through word-of-mouth, viewers have expressed their enthusiasm, with one remarking, “It’s become very popular in the UK. All my local friends loved it.” Another echoed similar sentiments, emphasizing, “This movie deserves all the attention.”

Despite the star power of Ranbir Kapoor, “Animal” faced criticism for its portrayal of harmful behavior, sparking debates about its themes. Ranbir Kapoor defended the film, stating that it aimed to provoke dialogue and discussion, but “Laapataa Ladies” emerges as a refreshing alternative, resonating with audiences seeking more inclusive and uplifting narratives.

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