Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s directorial ‘Animal’, starring Ranbir Kapoor in the lead, was released on December 1 and emerged as a blockbuster. The film has crossed the Rs 900 crore mark worldwide in 2023, reports industry tracker Sacnilk.
Now, there is good news for fans who haven’t watched the film or want to watch it again. The makers of ‘Animal’ have slashed their ticket prices to a jaw-dropping Rs.100 for a limited time.
“Watch your favourite blockbuster, now just at Rs. 100,” mentioned the official handle of the film on X alongside a poster of the film on January 8.
Reportedly, the Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial is eyeing a global digital release on January 15. It will start streaming on January 26 (Republic Day). However, the streaming giant has neither confirmed nor denied the rumours.
Meanwhile, ‘Animal’ has also emerged as the fifth film ever to breach the Rs 500 crore mark in the Hindi language domestically. It also starred Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Rashmika Mandanna, and Tripti Dimri in pivotal roles.
For the Unverse, ‘Animal’ revolves around Ranvijay (Ranbir Kapoor), whose relentless quest for his father’s love leads him on a chilling killing spree.

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