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Animal Box Office: Day 29 Collection Reflects Incremental Growth for Ranbir Kapoor’s Film

Animal, a film helmed by the talented Sandeep Reddy Vanga, has garnered remarkable success at the box office. Despite encountering fierce competition from Prabhas’ Salaar and Shah Rukh Khan’s Dunki, the movie continues to thrive in theaters, amassing an impressive domestic box office collection of Rs 541.76 crore.

Animal: After roaring through its first month with over 541 crore in Indian collections, the Ranbir Kapoor and Sandeep Reddy Vanga action extravaganza seems to be winding down. Early estimates for Day 29 report a collection of around Rs 0.90 crore, marking a continued decline from its initial box office firestorm.

While this figure pushes the film comfortably past the 540 crore mark, it’s a significant drop from the heady days of 60+ crore openings and consistent double-digit collections.

Day & Week-Wise Glimpse:

To truly appreciate the journey, let’s take a quick trip down memory lane with some key box office milestones:

Day 1: Rs 63.80 Crore – A thunderous debut ignited anticipation.

Week 1: Rs 312.74 Crore – Animal claimed the throne, leaving rivals breathless.

Week 2: Rs 162.01 Crore – Momentum held strong, but the roar softened.

Week 3: Rs 41.00 Crore – The first dip became evident, marking a transition.

Day 29: Rs 0.90 Crore – Entering the long tail, where every number tells a story.

What’s Next?

While Animal continues to draw audiences, its box office dominance seems to be fading. Whether it can climb back up or settle into a comfortable long-tail run remains to be seen. Only time will tell if the Animal’s box office roar finds its second wind.

Forget taming this beast! Animal is on a rampage at the global box office, crossing $105 million in just 29 days! Ranbir Kapoor’s action drama continues to roar around the world, proving its international appeal. Hold onto your seats, the Animal’s wild ride is just getting started!

Ziya Khan


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