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Ranbir Kapoor’s ‘Sanju’ creates new records leaves behind these films

Rajkumar Hirani’s recent release ‘Sanju‘ is creating history at the box office. The biopic that is based on the life of actor Sanjay Dutt has come true to its expectations to the delight of the makers. The film has gone on to become a major game changer in the career of Bollywood heartthrob Ranbir Kapoor and has landed him once again in the upper echelons of Bollywood. The movie has broken a number of records on its first weekend itself.

The Rajkumar Hirani directorial has opened to a tremendous response and it not only has fans, but critics too singing praises for the movie. On its first day, the movie raked in a whopping Rs 34.75 crore, leaving behind Salman Khan’s ‘Race 3’, Ranveer Singh‘s ‘Padmaavat’ and Tiger Shroff‘s ‘Baaghi 2’ and became the highest opener of 2018 so far. The film opened up to some great reviews with everyone appreciating Ranbir’s terrific acting in it.

And not only that, Ranbir Kapoor starrer has also become the 2nd biggest Bollywood opener to have been released on non-Holiday and non-festival but still managed to rock the box-office. It is second to ‘Baahubali‘ to get such a massive opening at the ticket counters.

  • Not only, Ranbir, it is also Rajkumar Hirani’s top opener. His last release ‘PK‘ starring Aamir Khan opened with a collection of Rs 26.63 crore.

    The movie has also broken the record of the biggest opening weekend of 2018 as it collected Rs 117.35 crore on its first weekend, beating ‘Race 3’ that had managed to collect Rs 106.47 crore and Padmavat’s extended weekend earnings at Rs 114 crore.

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  • ‘Sanju’ has even crossed the 200 crore mark worldwide in its first weekend thereby becoming the third film to achieve this feat after ‘Sultan’ and ‘Baahubali 2: The Conclusion’.

    Well, Ranbir Kapoor’s dedication has finally paid off, with ‘Sanju’ being the top grosser of 2018 to date. But this is just the beginning for this biopic, and it now remains to be seen how many more records the flick will break in the days to come?