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Animal Box Office Day 8: Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘A’ Rated Film Crosses Milestones, Set to Surpass Rs 20 Crore on Second Friday

Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s “Animal” continues its dominance at the box office, solidifying its position as the highest-grossing “A”-rated film of all time. While the film’s pace has slightly slowed after a strong opening week, it remains a force to be reckoned with, aiming for another milestone on its second Friday.

According to Box Office India, “Animal” is poised to achieve an all-time record on its second Friday, demonstrating its enduring appeal among audiences. This achievement would further solidify the film’s commercial success and cement its place in box office history.

The film’s sustained performance is attributed to its captivating narrative, powerful performances by the star-studded cast, and Vanga’s signature gritty filmmaking style. Despite its “A” rating, “Animal” has resonated with audiences, demonstrating that strong storytelling and compelling content can transcend age restrictions.

As “Animal” eyes another record-breaking Friday, it remains to be seen how long its momentum will continue. However, its impressive performance to date suggests that it will continue to be a box office force for weeks to come, potentially rewriting box office records and setting a new benchmark for “A”-rated films. Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s “Animal” continues its box office rampage, poised to cross the Rs 20 crore nett mark on its second Friday. With evening shows expected to draw larger crowds, the film’s winning streak shows no signs of slowing down.

Having already surpassed the Rs 500 crore mark worldwide in its opening week, “Animal” is on track for another exceptional week at the box office. The North Indian market and key areas in Mumbai remain strong, providing a solid foundation for continued success.

Should the film maintain its momentum, a staggering Rs 150 crore benchmark in its second week is a distinct possibility. This would further solidify “Animal” as a box office behemoth and set a new standard for “A”-rated films in Indian cinema.

Ziya Khan


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