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'Animal' Box Office Day 2: Ranbir Kapoor Starrer Enters Rs 100 Crore Club

Ranbir Kapoor starrer 'Animal' that hit the screens on December 1 has entered Rs 100 crore club on Day 2. It is directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga.

Ranbir Kapoor, Animal
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Ranbir Kapoor starrer 'Animal' that hit the screens on December 1 has entered Rs 100 crore club on Day 2. As per industry tracker Sacnilk, the film earned Rs 63.8 crore nett on Day 1 in India. The Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial minted around Rs 66 crore India net on its second day for all languages as per early estimates, states a report in Sacnilk. The total collection of 'Animal' stands at Rs 130.07 crore.

The same portal stated that the movie had an overall 68.28% Hindi occupancy on Saturday.

Ahead of the film release, film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh predicted 'Animal' to be Ranbir's biggest opener of his career. It has proved to be the actor's biggest opener. On the weekends, the film is expected to inch closer to the Rs 150 crore mark in India.

Shah Rukh Khan's 'Jawan' is this year's biggest opener which earned Rs 75 crore across India on its opening day. 'Pathaan' held the second spot which made Rs 57 crore on Day 1 and now 'Animal' has surpassed it and now it is in the second spot. Salman Khan starrer 'Tiger 3' collected Rs 44.50 crore on its first day.

Ranbir has played Rannvijay in the film who has a complex relationship with his father played by Anil Kapoor. 'Animal' also has Rashmika Mandanna and Bobby Deol in significant roles. 

The movie has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. 

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