Animal box office collection day 1: Ranbir Kapoor starrer beats Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan and Sunny Deol’s Gadar 2, to earn Rs 65 crore in India | Hindi Movie News – Times of India

Ranbir Kapoor, Rashmika Mandanna and Bobby Deol’s much awaited film Animal has finally released in theatres and the Sandeep Reddy Vanga has managed to strike a chord with the audience. While the movie has opened to mixed reviews from the critics, it has recorded phenomenal numbers on its opening day at the box office.
According to Box Office India, the Hindi version of Animal has shown tremendous response in theatres.It is likely to earn up to Rs 52-53 crore nett. The film has also opened to a great response in Telugu and the collections from the dubbed versions is expected to go up to Rs 10 crore plus nett. The film is now aiming for Rs 63-65 crore nett opening for all languages.
With this grand opening, Animal will now become the 3rd or the 4th highest opener in Hindi and 2nd highest opener ever in all languages after Shah Rukh Khan starrer Jawan and beating the first day collections of Pathaan (Rs 57 crore), KGF 2 (Rs 53.95 crore), War (Rs 53.35), Thugs Of Hindostan (Rs 52.25), Happy New Year (Rs 44.97), Tiger 3 (Rs 44.50), Bharat (Rs 42.30), Baahubali 2 (Rs 41 crore), Prem Ratan Dhan Payo (Rs 40.35 crore) and Gadar 2 (Rs 40.10).

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It will be now interesting to see how the numbers will grow in the coming days as Ranbir has undoubtedly smashed it hard with his fierce avatar in Animal. Rashmika, Bobby, Anil Kapoor have also been receiving praises and appreciation for their powerful performances.

Meanwhile, a report in Sacnilk has predicted that Animal will also attract moviegoers in theatres overseas and it will aim for a Rs 100 crore opening worldwide. With this, Animal would be Ranbir’s biggest opener both in India and overseas.

Animal has released alongside Vicky Kaushal’s Sam Bahadur, directed by Meghna Gulzar. The movie will open to Rs 10 crore in India.

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