Ranbir’s film enters Rs 900 crore club:

As Animal box office collection breaches the Rs 900 crore mark, the film’s production house on Tuesday announced that the.

As Animal box office collection breaches the Rs 900 crore mark, the film’s production house on Tuesday announced that the tickets for Ranbir Kapoor starrer will be sold at Rs 100.

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It has been over 40 days since the release of Ranbir Kapoor-starrer Animal and the film is still minting money at the box office. To give the film some further fillip, the makers of Animal have announced that the ticket prices have been dropped to Rs 100. Animal’s box office collection on Monday was Rs 35 lakh and the reduced ticket prices are expected to encourage audience to again line up for the Sandeep Reddy Vanga film.

Animal box office collection domestically stands at Rs 550.85 crore nett while globally it is eyeing the Rs 900 crore milestone worldwide. The film has made Rs 899.9 crore already and will today enter the prestigious club. Shah Rukh Khan has booked the two spots of highest earning film worldwide with Jawan (Rs 1,148 crore) and Pathaan (Rs 1050 crore). Animal, however, is unlike to pose a challenge here.

There is a lot of interest around Animal movie’s OTT release as well, with reports now suggesting that it would stream on Netflix sometime in January 2024. The final date and details are yet to be announced.

Animal emerged as a massive hit despite a box office clash with Vicky Kaushal’s Sam Bahadur, getting an ‘A’ certificate and a runtime of nearly three and half hours, which reduced the number of its shows. The release of Shah Rukh Khan’s Dunki and Prabhas starrer Salaar on Christmas also had an impact on its box office numbers.

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The film opened to polarising reviews, with many describing it as as misogynistic and violent. The reviews didn’t impact the audience reaction. Speaking the the success bash on Saturday (January 6), Ranbir also addressed this as he said, “I want to thank all of you for being here today to celebrate Animal. It is a film that a section of people had an issue with but I feel the kind of love, success and the numbers (it has received) proves that nothing goes beyond the love for a movie. Nothing goes beyond movies.”

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