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Animal Producer Pranay Reddy Vanga Exposes Bollywood’s Box Office Manipulation Tactics

In a candid interview, Pranay Reddy Vanga reveals the film's commitment to transparency and its refusal to indulge in the common practice of corporate bookings.

Mumbai| 26-Dec-2023: In a recent revelation, Pranay Reddy Vanga, the co-producer of the blockbuster film “Animal,” has brought attention to a prevalent yet often overlooked trend in Bollywood – the use of corporate bookings to inflate box office numbers. While celebrating the success of “Animal,” starring Ranbir Kapoor and Rashmika Mandanna, Pranay shed light on the film’s commitment to accurate reporting, steering clear of the industry-wide practice of artificial box office boosts through corporate bookings.

Speaking to iDream Media in an exclusive interview, Pranay emphasized that the reported numbers for “Animal” are genuine and free from manipulation. He stated, “The numbers announced for Animal are accurate numbers. Usually in Bollywood, they have a trend of corporate bookings which we haven’t done. Animal is yet to touch Rs 1000 crore mark.” This forthright admission offers a rare glimpse into the strategies employed by filmmakers and producers to create a misleading narrative around a film’s success.

“Animal,” co-produced by Pranay Reddy Vanga, T Series, and Bhadrakali Pictures, has achieved remarkable success across multiple regions, including North India, the Telugu states, USA, and Canada. What sets the film apart is its decision not to engage in the widespread industry practice of corporate bookings, showcasing a commitment to transparency in accurately reporting its genuine box office performance.

While Pranay Reddy Vanga refrained from naming specific producers or filmmakers involved in the trend, his disclosure serves as a call for greater scrutiny and transparency in reporting box office numbers. The revelation underscores the necessity of ensuring that a film’s success is portrayed accurately, without the artificial inflation often associated with corporate bookings in the Bollywood film industry.

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