Animal received a lot of backlash for glorifying "misogyny."
Animal received a lot of backlash for glorifying "misogyny."

Animal: Day 6 of Animal Box Office (Early Trends)

Day 6 of Animal Box Office (Early Trends): The Ranbir Kapoor film has joined the 300 crore club in just six days. Continue reading!

Day 6 of Animal Box Office (Early Trends): At the box office, Ranbir Kapoor has been making waves since its release on December 1. In addition to causing havoc at ticket booths, the movie has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Much of social media has criticized the Sandeep Reddy Vanga film for glorifying toxic masculinity and misogyny, as it has done with previous Vanaga films starring Arjun Reddy and Kabir Singh.

Both reviewers and viewers are giving the movie great reviews, and since its premiere, it has brought in enormous sums of money. The movie hit the 250 crore mark in its first week of release and, with its most recent collection, will formally join the 300 crore club across all languages.

According to preliminary trends, Animal has once again made astronomical box office profits. The Ranbir Kapoor movie reportedly made between Rs 28 and 30 crore* in all languages on the sixth day of its release. As of the most recent figures, Animal has amassed a total collection of Rs 312.05-314.05 crore across all languages.

In case you missed it, the Vanga-directed film brought in a total of Rs 284.05 crore in its first five days at the domestic box office, earning Rs 37.82 crore on Tuesday across all languages. Additionally, it made a total of Rs 481 crore worldwide after grossing Rs 335.17 crore in India and Rs 145.83 crore in foreign markets.

Regarding its Hindi version, Ranbir Kapoor made Rs 34.02 crore, or Rs 250.66 crore, on the fifth day of its release.

Returning to the current figures, within the first week of Animal’s release, Ranbir Kapoor will surpass Sanju’s lifetime collection and break his own record, having joined the 300 crore club. The Sanjay Dutt biopic brought in Rs 342.53 crore during its run in 2018.

Animal’s official social media page responded to Bollywood lyricist Swanand Kirkire’s criticism of the movie and Ranbir Kapoor’s character this afternoon. Internet users made jokes about the director writing the tweet.


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