Parents of Tripti Dimri finally react to her bold scene with Ranbir in Animal movie

Actress Tripti Dimri, who is emerging as a new face in Bollywood, has recently become the center of discussion for a bold scene with Ranbir Kapoor. Her parents have finally expressed their opinion regarding these intimate scenes. Which was revealed by Tripti Dimri in one of her interviews. Her parents were ‘shocked’. Tripti played the character of Zoya in Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s film.

Tripti Dimri’s performance as Zoya in Animal has grabbed attention. Many also criticized the misogynistic treatment of women in Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s film. In an interview with Bollywood Hungama, Tripti has now revealed that her parents were ‘shocked’ by her much-discussed intimate scene with Ranbir Kapoor, and told her that she ‘shouldn’t have done it.’

Talking about how her parents reacted to her intimate scene in Animal, Tripti said, “My parents were a little taken aback. (They said) ‘We have never seen anything like this in films and You have done this.’ It took him time to get over that scene. Although he was very sweet to me. He would say, ‘You shouldn’t have done that… but it’s OK. As parents, we will obviously feel this “

The actor further revealed how she told her parents that as an actor it was her responsibility to make the part as honest as possible. “I explained to them that there was nothing amiss with what I was doing.” It’s my job and as long as I’m comfortable and safe, I don’t see any problem with it. I am an actress and I have to be 100 percent honest towards the character I play and that’s what I did,” she said.

Ranbir Kapoor checked on her every five minutes and asked, “Are you okay, are you comfortable? I think these things really matter. People are sensitive to these things,” she adds. Tripti Dimri started her career with ‘Bulbul’ in the year 2020 and has since won the hearts of people with her acting. Her new work with Ranbir in ‘Animal’ will give the audience a new glimpse of her acting skills. The aspect is showing.

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