Sanju Box Office Collection

Sanju Box Office Collection: The inevitable charm of Ranbir Singh’s impeccable acting, Rajkumar Hirani’s flawless direction, and Sanjay Dutt’s roller-coaster story have taken not just India but the global market by Surprise. The Movie has crossed the 500 crore mark at the worldwide box office and is all set to step in the coveted 300 Crore club at the domestic box office by this weekend.

Sanju is based around the real-life story of Sanjay Dutt. The actor’s life might be filled with more down’s than up’s but his biopic is just flying up and up. Audiences and Critics are in awe of Ranbir Kapoor‘s impeccable transformation along with great performances by Vicky Kaushal and Paresh Rawal.

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Sanju Box Office Collection

The biopic has been crossing milestones after milestones at the box office, both domestic and Overseas. Although the business did dip down during the second week, Sanju till managed to rake a total of 295.18 Crore.

Trade Analyst and Movie Critic Taran Adarsh took to his official Twitter account and posted the stats about the Movie –

Sanju opened to screens on June 29 and has been shattering box office records since then. Along with the Highest Single Day on Sunday, the film crossed 100 Crore in just 3 days mark in just 3 days, 150 Crore in five days and 200 Crores in just a week. The movie shall achieve the 300 Crore mark by the end of its second week

Not just in the domestic circuits, Sanju is being loved by audiences all across the globe. After just two weeks Sanju’s worldwide gross earning is 500.43 Crore, giving Ranbir his biggest hit ever.

Helmed by Rajkumar Hirani, Sanju also features  Manisha Koirala, Sonam Kapoor, Jim Sarbh, Dia Mirza and Anushka Sharma in pivotal roles.

The film should continue is a dream run as it faces a minimal competition, We had Soorma releasing this week and it opened to mixed reviews.

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