Ranbir Kapoor’s film, Animal, has set a record at the box office, surpassing Sanju in just eight days.

Animal’s Day 8 collection surpasses Sanju as Ranbir Kapoor’s highest-grossing film, with Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s directorial film breaking the day-wise box office breakdown.

Ranbir Kapoor’s film, Animal, has surpassed Sanju as the highest-grossing film for him, surpassing the benchmark of Rs 350 crore nett at the domestic box office.

Animal, starring Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Rashmika Mandanna, and Tripti Dimri, has collected Rs 353-355 crore nett in India after eight days. Despite negative social media buzz, the film’s success is appreciative. Early estimates suggest it collected Rs 15-17 crore nett, reaching around Rs 355 crore nett.

The day-wise box office breakdown of Animal after eight days, including net collection, is available.

Friday63.8 crore
Saturday66.27 crore
Sunday71.46 crore
Monday43.96 crore
Tuesday37.47 crore
Wednesday 30.39 crore
Thursday24.23 crore
Friday15-17 crore
Total352.58-354.58 crore

Animal, a film released in India in just eight days, has surpassed Sanju, a 2018 hit film, which collected Rs 342.57 crore in its lifetime run.

The week-wise box office breakdown of Sanju from 2018 reveals its net collection in India.

Week 1202.51 crore
Week 292.67 crore
Week 331.62 crore
Week 410.48 crore
Week 53.94 crore
Week 6 1.03 crore
Week 70.32 crore
Total342.57 crore

Animal is set for a successful second weekend, expected to reach Rs 500 crore club, becoming the fourth Bollywood film to achieve this milestone, following three Hindi films earlier this year.

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The list of Bollywood films in the Rs 500 Crore Club at Indian Box Office, including their net collection.

Jawan640.25 crore
Pathaan543.09 crore
Gadar 2525.7 crore

Animal is set to surpass Rajinikanth’s Jailer in India, Dangal’s Rs 387.38 crore, and Gadar 2’s Rs 525.7 crore nett in its domestic run, with its impressive box office performance making these targets seem achievable.

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