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Animal Advance Booking Collection Worldwide (2023)

Animal Advance Booking Collection Worldwide
Animal Advance Booking Collection Worldwide (2023) 2

Animal Advance Booking Collection Worldwide

The much-anticipated film “Animal,” starring Ranbir Kapoor and Rashmika Mandanna, is creating a buzz in the entertainment world, especially with its robust advance bookings. “Animal” is scheduled for release on December 1, 2023, and fans are counting down the hours until they can witness the magic unfold on the silver screen.

As the Sandeep Reddy Vanga directorial prepares to hit the silver screen, here’s a breakdown of the advance booking details and the movie’s expected performance.

Opening Weekend Projections

The advance booking report for “Animal” reveals promising numbers, with an estimated opening in the range of 35 to 40 Crore, showcasing a robust start for the film. Compared to other highly anticipated releases like “Jawan” and “Pathaan,” “Animal” seems to be holding its ground, positioning itself ahead of “Tiger 3,” “Gadar 2,” and “Brahmastra.”

Day 1 Advance Booking Numbers

On the home front, “Animal” is expected to kickstart its journey with an impressive Day 1 collection. The advance booking figures for Day 1 stand at 24 Crore net (28.5 Crore gross) with 390,000 tickets sold at National Multiplexes. The opening weekend projections hover around 35 to 40 Crore, setting the stage for a stellar debut.

In Hyderabad, the film has amassed a significant 4.5 Crore in advance bookings, marking the second-highest for 2023, trailing only behind “Adipurush” and surpassing all Telugu movies. Notably, it stands as the highest for a Hindi movie, even ahead of “Jawan.”

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Global Buzz and Overseas Collections

“Animal” is not just making waves in India but also globally. Worldwide advance bookings have already grossed an impressive 44 Crore, indicating a strong international appeal. In key overseas markets like the USA and Canada, UAE and the Middle East (GCC), and the UK, the film has generated a noteworthy $1.8 Million or Rs 15 Crore gross as of Thursday.

Ranbir Kapoor’s Box Office Dominance

Ranbir Kapoor’s “Animal” seems poised to become his biggest opener, potentially surpassing the success of “Sanju,” which raked in Rs 34.75 Crore on its opening day. With a projected earning of Rs 65 Crore in India and an additional Rs 30 Crore overseas, “Animal” is anticipated to reach a staggering Rs 95 Crore gross on its opening day.

Audience Interest and Regional Impact

The diverse regional appeal of “Animal” is evident in the strong advance bookings across various states. Delhi, Telangana, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh have contributed significantly to the film’s advance booking numbers. This widespread interest suggests that “Animal” has struck a chord with audiences across the country.

“Animal” vs. Competing Biopic “Sam Bahadur”

As the release date approaches, “Animal” is piquing more interest than its competitor, Meghna Gulzar’s biopic on Sam Manekshaw, “Sam Bahadur,” portrayed by Vicky Kaushal. “Animal’s” advance bookings far exceed “Sam Bahadur,” with the former accumulating Rs 19.7 Crore in advance ticket sales compared to the latter’s limited Rs 1.82 Crore.

Plot and Star-studded Cast

“Animal” explores the intricate father-son relationship between Arjun Singh (Ranbir Kapoor) and Balbir Singh (Anil Kapoor) against the backdrop of the underworld. The film boasts a stellar cast, including Bobby Deol as the antagonist, Rashmika Mandanna, and Triptii Dimri.

As the countdown to the release date continues, “Animal” stands as a testament to the star power of Ranbir Kapoor and the magnetic allure of its engaging storyline. Bollywood enthusiasts worldwide eagerly await the cinematic spectacle that “Animal” promises to deliver.

Rahul Sharma

I'm Rahul Sharma, a passionate traveler, movie enthusiast, and freelance journalist.

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