‘Animal’ lovers can’t stop vibing to old Iranian song ‘Jamal Jamaloo’

Despite the diverse opinions at the Indian box office, the Ranbir Kapoor-starrer has managed to gross ₹425 crore worldwide.

BySouth First Desk

Published Dec 05, 2023 | 12:38 PMUpdatedDec 05, 2023 | 4:09 PM

Bobby Deol in Animal

Directed by Warangal-based filmmaker Sandeep Reddy Vanga, Animal is running to packed houses in the multiplexes in major cities.

However, the latest Bollywood release — Sam Bahadur, a biographical war drama of field marshal Sam Manekshaw, gave stiff competition to the Hindi version of Animal in many regions.

The Telugu version of Animal collected more than ₹25 crore in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.

Meanwhile, Animal not only set the cash registers ringing in all regions but became the most-talked-about film on the internet.

People who watched the pan-Indian movie are grooving to the Persian song “Jamal Jamaloo”, which comes in the background when Bobby Deol is introduced.

Directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga and featuring Ranbir Kapoor and Rashmika Mandana, the film is getting noticed not only for its performances, violence, and controversial content but also for its music.

Jamal Jamaloo” is gaining popularity.

Besides the intense and violent scenes, Bobby Deol’s entry, accompanied by the song “Jamaal Jamaaloo,” has gained considerable attention online. People are vibing to the music and the memes on social media.

The song “Jamal Jamaloo” from Animal is an old Iranian song in the Farsi language. It was written by the Khatereh Group and released in 2016.

The lyrics are translated to:

“Oh my cutie, don’t play with my heart”
“You are leaving, embarking on a journey”
“And I’m getting crazy”
“Oh my love, my beloved”.

Similarly, the song “Arjan Vailly” from Animal entered the top charts globally on the Spotify music app.

Despite the diverse opinions at the Indian box office, Animal has managed to gross ₹425 crore worldwide on Day 4.

Related Ranbir’s ‘Animal’ grosses big across regions, here is the report of Day 1