Animal Box Office Collection Day 7: Ranbir Kapoor Film Ends First Week On High Note

Animal Box Office Collection Day 7: Sandeep Reddy Vanga's latest film, starring Ranbir Kapoor, Bobby Deol and Rashmika Mandanna, witnessed a dip in numbers after its first Monday at the box office. Nevertheless, the movie ended its first week on a high note, crossing the Rs 300 crore mark.
Animal Box Office Collection Day 7: Ranbir Kapoor Ends First Week On High Note

Animal Box Office Collection Day 7: Ranbir Kapoor Ends First Week On High Note

Amid praise, criticism and debates over its portrayal of violence, Animal fever refuses to die. The Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial, featuring Ranbir Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol and Rashmika Mandanna in key roles, was released in the theatres on December 1 and it has been unstoppable at the box office despite negative opinions.
Animal Box Office Collection Day 7
After crossing the Rs 300 crore mark at the box office, Animal continued its dream run. On Thursday, its 7th day at the box office, the Ranbir starter earned Rs 25.50 crore (as per early estimates).
This takes its total to Rs 338.85 crore.
Animal Box Office Report
Take a look at its overall box office performance!
Animal Box Office Collection Day 5
Animal Box Office DayAnimal Box Office Collection
Animal Box Office Collection Day 1Rs 63.8 Crore
Animal Box Office Collection Day 2Rs 66.27 Crore
Animal Box Office Collection Day 3Rs 71.46 Crore
Animal Box Office Collection Day 4Rs 43.96 Crore
Rs 37.47 CroreAnimal Box Office Collection Day 6Rs 30.39 CroreAnimal Box Office Collection Day 7Rs 25.50 CroreAnimal Total Box Office Collection DayRs 338.85 CroreMeanwhile, at the worldwide box office, the film smoothly surpassed the Rs 500 crore mark in its first week. Now, it is on its way to cross the record of Ranbir's biggest blockbuster - Sanju.
Bobby Deol on backlash, box office
During a recent interview with Hindustan Times, the Animal star reacted to the criticism and said, "I am not out there promoting anything. I do roles which challenge me," before adding, "Stories are influenced by what's happening in our society. It's just that people don’t want to talk about those things because they want to believe that doesn’t exist."
Using Animal's whopping box office numbers to defend the backlash, he added, "Box office collections itself says it that people are loving it."
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