Ranbir Kapoor starrer ‘Animal’ is in its third week now, after its release on December 1. The film has managed to become a blockbuster and one of the highest grossing movies this year, on the lines of ‘Gadar 2’, ‘Jawan’ and ‘Pathaan’. It’s also Ranbir Kapoor’s biggest hit so far.
But the film didn’t show any signs of majorly slowing down despite being in its week 3. This Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial made Rs 50 crore in this third week which is the third or fourth highest ever, as per boxofficeindia.com. This is considered quite good, despite the fact that ‘Dunki’ released and it had a shorter week and didn’t enjoy the benefit of Friday and the weekend. Even ‘Salaar‘ has released today and hence ‘Animal’ has less scope to get more numbers over Saturday and Sunday. The number of screens for ‘Animal’ have also reduced drastically now due to these two new biggies. In that case, a 50-crore mark in week 3 is considered amazing.
With that the total collection of the movie in Hindi language is Rs 470 crore while the total collection in all languages is Rs 517 crore nett in India. It is likely that ‘Animal’ can beat the business of ‘Pathaan’ whose lifetime business was Rs 530 crore. Though, it won’t be able to beat ‘Jawan’ as it had made Rs 610 crores.
Meanwhile, with ‘Salaar’ releasing today, the business of ‘Dunki’ has also affected on Friday. The Shah Rukh Khan starrer did a business of about Rs 30 crore in all languages on its opening day.

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