In an extraordinary feat of commercial success, the Bollywood movie 'Animal', featuring Ranbir Kapoor, has amassed a staggering worldwide gross collection of Rs 527.6 crore within just six days of its release. This achievement brings the film tantalizingly close to surpassing Kapoor's previous blockbuster, 'Sanju', which accumulated a total gross collection of Rs 586.85 crore worldwide.
'Animal' Tops Domestic Box Office
In the domestic market, 'Animal' has reeled in Rs 313 crore, marking it as Kapoor's most successful film in India to date. The film's triumph at the box office is attributed to its compelling storyline, riveting performances, and a spectacular opening day that set the stage for its ensuing dominance.
Unraveling the Savage Narrative
Directed by the acclaimed Sandeep Reddy Vanga, 'Animal' is a crime drama that explores the intricate and tumultuous relationship between a father and son, brought to life by Anil Kapoor and Ranbir Kapoor respectively. The film's antagonist, portrayed by Bobby Deol, has been characterized as a brutal and vengeful individual. His traumatic past has metamorphosed him into a metaphorical 'animal', and Deol's portrayal has been lauded for its intensity, despite his limited screen time.
Setting New Benchmarks
With its remarkable box office performance, 'Animal' has firmly imprinted its mark as a heavyweight in the industry, solidifying Ranbir Kapoor's reputation as a powerhouse in Bollywood. The film's success is not limited to the Indian market, it has also emerged victorious in the North American box office, raking in over 8 million USD and setting a new standard for Indian cinema in the West.