After the resounding success of "Animal," anticipation for its sequel, "Animal Park," is at an all-time high. The latest update reveals that the basic structure of the script for "Animal 2" is already in place, and director Sandeep Reddy Vanga is set to collaborate closely with the writers in the latter half of this year. According to reports, Ranbir Kapoor is slated to commence shooting for the film in 2025, following the completion of Nitish Tiwari’s "Ramayana."
As per a report by Mid Day, "Animal Park" will delve into the clash between Ranbir Kapoor's character, Ranvijay, and his doppelganger, exploring the complexities of his relationship with his wife and son. A source close to the production shared, "Animal Park’s basic structure was ready right when Animal  was written. It was meant to be a multi-film outing. The second part will focus on Ranbir’s character Ranvijay and his lookalike. The domestic feud between the protagonist and his wife Geetanjali will be taken forward, as will his relationship with his son."
The insider revealed that while Sandeep Reddy Vanga works on his current project, "Spirit," he will receive monthly updates on the script, primarily crafted by writer Pranay Vanga. The director is expected to actively engage with the writers in the latter part of 2024.
"Animal," released on December 1, 2023, depicted the toxic relationship between a man, portrayed by Ranbir Kapoor, and his emotionally distant father, played by Anil Kapoor. The film concluded with a glimpse of Ranbir Kapoor’s character’s lookalike, hinting at the sequel's focus on the clash between the two.
Ranbir Kapoor, in a recent interaction with stand-up comedian Anubhav Singh Bassi for Netflix India, shared insights about "Animal Park." He mentioned, "Regarding Animal Park, he (Vanga) has one or two scenes ready, which he narrated to me, and they are very exciting. Now, because of the success of part one, he has the confidence and courage to go even darker, deeper and more complex. He can do anything."
Fans eagerly await the darker and more intricate narrative promised by "Animal Park," as the film gears up for production in 2025.