Sanju Breaks Record Of Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai, Earns Rs 339.75 crore

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Published by Vaidehi Tendulakar on 31 Jul 2018

Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju starring Ranbir Kapoor in the lead is still running to win the race at the box office and the film has successfully overtaken Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai. Yes, Sanju breaks the record to Tiger Zinda Hai by earning Rs 339.75 crore while the collection of Salman Khan’s film is Rs 339.16. With the collection, it becomes one of the fourth highest grossing Hindi films of all time.

As per the tweet of Trade analyst Taran Adarsh “#Sanju crosses *lifetime biz* of #TigerZindaHai… Now FOURTH HIGHEST GROSSING *Hindi* film… Chasing #PK *lifetime biz* now… [Week 5] Fri 45 lakhs, Sat 87 lakhs, Sun 1.15 cr. Total: ₹ 339.75 cr. India biz. ALL TIME BLOCKBUSTER.”

Sanju was released a month ago and continue to stand at the box office even after 4 weeks. And, it will soon overtake another film of Hirani starrer Aamir Khan in the lead-PK The collection of PK Rs 340.8 crore.

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Shubhra Gupta, the film critic of the leading daily said, “Once you’ve made your peace with the Sanjay we get, and there was no way of getting any other in a Hirani movie, you can sit down and enjoy the film. I had a blast all the way till the half-way mark. Ranbir Kapoor is wholly believable as Sanjay-Sanju, channeling not just his (Dutt’s) distinctive body language and ‘lehja’, but his internal confusion. Paresh Rawal, playing Sunil Dutt with exemplary restraint, matches Kapoor step for step, even striding ahead in places. Manisha Koirala, as Nargis, makes you wish there was more of her. Jim Sarbh, as the guy-with-the-bad-influence, is very fine and dandy, and Vicky Kaushal as Sanju’s faithful New York-based Gujju friend who teaches him life lessons, is absolutely terrific. And Hirani is in top form, getting all his reel characters to riff off the real characters, in the pursuit of a solid, entertaining tale.”

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