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Animal Box Office: ₹116 cr Day 1, Non-Holiday Record

Animal Box Office Day 1: Ranbir Kapoor’s film is off to a fantastic start everywhere. The Sandeep Reddy Vanga film made history when it became the biggest opener for a Hindi film not around the holidays when it opened in cinemas on December 1. On its first day at the box office globally, Animal has made ₹116 crore.

Animal Box Office

The movie’s creators announced on X (previously Twitter) that Animal had made ₹116 crore on its first day of sales. This validates the initial projections that suggested Ranbir Kapoor’s crime thriller would debut at an astounding ₹100 crore globally. The statement, “The biggest non-holiday opening in Hindi Cinema ever,” was printed on an Animal poster that the filmmakers had provided. Global revenue of ₹116 cr.

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Alongside Meghna Gulzar’s historical drama Sam Bahadur, which stars Vicky Kaushal, comes Animal. With a massive opening day gross of ₹125.05 crore at the global box office and ₹106 crore for Pathaan. Animal’s opening day earnings this year are sandwiched between the two biggest of Shah Rukh Khan’s movies.

About the Movie

Rashmika Mandanna, Bobby Deol, and Anil Kapoor play key parts in the film About Animal. In the movie, Ranbir plays the resentful and vindictive son of Anil Kapoor. Ranbir is in top form and becomes Sandeep Reddy Vanga Vanga’s Animal in its truest sense. Reviews say He has the perfect balance of wicked qualities and vulnerability. He captures your attention right away, and even in the face of a gunshot or punch to the face, you feel awful for him and never want him dead.

Animal Box Office: ₹116 cr Day 1, Non-Holiday Record

The on-screen chemistry between Ranbir and Rashmika is undoubtedly sizzling. But soon, Sandeep gets in his element showing his hero turn into a chauvinist and misogynist with such ease and then putting the idea of a toxic marriage on a pedestal. Meanwhile, the statement also called out the film’s misogynistic tone.

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