Ranbir Kapoor starrer Sanju is on verge to beat Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai, become third highest earner ever

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Sanju was one of the most anticipated movies of the year and movie has finally released today. The movie based on Sanjay Dutt life journey opened to rave reviews by the audience and critics alike. The success of the movie Sanju will give a much-needed boost to Ranbir Kapoor career as his previous releases Jagga Jasoos, Roy and Bombay Velvet failed at the box office miserably, to say the least. The movie review is all praise for the recently released movie Sanju and the critics especially praising Ranbir Kapoor’s performance in the films. The success of the movie Sanju will give a much-needed boost to Ranbir Kapoor career as his previous releases Jagga Jasoos, Roy and Bombay Velvet failed at the box office miserably, to say the least. The movie review is all praise for the recently released movie Sanju and the critics especially praising Ranbir Kapoor’s performance in the films.

The movie is going strong even in the fourth week of the release, the movie is giving tough competition to the new movies. As per latest update the movie has gone on to mint Rs 335 crores approx and will soon be able closer to beat Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai lifetime collection of Rs 339 crores.

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This news was confirmed by renowned film critic and Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh on social media and wrote, “#Sanju is SUPER-STRONG… [Week 4] Fri 1.28 cr, Sat 2.19 cr, Sun 3.28 cr. Total: ₹ 333.55 cr. India biz. ALL TIME BLOCKBUSTER.”

As per latest update, the 4th Monday witnessed a drop of 20%, Sanju went on to earn of 1.02 crore. The movie was bankrolled by Vinod Chopra Films Rajkumar Hirani Films and Fox Star Studios and the movie released on 29th. The movie also feature Paresh Rawal, Manisha Koirala, Vicky Kaushal, Anushka Sharma, Boman Irani, Dia Mirza, Jim Sarbh, Sayaji Shinde and Sonam Kapoor.

A leading agency gave an insight into the movie and was quoted saying that, “Sanju doesn’t aim to glorify Sanjay Dutt and the makers make this crystal clear in the first scene when Piyush Mishra as a servile biographer is kicked out of the house, making way for the entry of Anushka Sharma, who plays an impartial writer, Vinnie Dias. Sanju is the narrative of two major incidents in Dutt’s life. The first half shows how the actor set to make his Bollywood debut, directed by his dad Sunil Dutt becomes a drug addict. Ranbir’s naivety and vulnerability as young Sanjay Dutt strike a chord with your heart. In pre-interval, Ranbir is like any one of us- a young boy who is clueless about his career and can make a mess out of his life at any point.The second half brings into the scene a much-balanced Sanjay Dutt, who is now facing consequences of decisions he made in his younger days. The post-interval of Sanju gives glimpses of Babri Masjid demolition and how the incident triggered riots and Mumbai bomb blasts.”

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