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Ranbir Kapoor Starrer Sanju Enters Rs 200 Crore Club; Still Winning The Hearts Of The Audience

Be it critics or the audience, everyone is appreciating the story as well the amazing acting of Ranbir Kapoor who has no doubt justified his role as Sanjay Dutt and other actors like Paresh Rawal and Vicky Kaushal, etc. all were brilliant

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Rajkumar Hirani’s Sanju, continues to hit the box office by making great collections and breaking records. Even on the seventh day, the movie earned Rs 16.10 crore and took the total collection to Rs 202.51 crore, thereby entering the Rs 200 club in just 7 days.

Along with winning hearts and delivering a fabulous story, Rajkumar Hirani made it a success in trying for a Biopic for the first time.

Even after the knowing the fact that the movie was somehow leaked online, the audience went to watch the movie on theatres, thanking the audience for the same, Hirani wrote on his Facebook post, “Have to say that you all are exceptional human beings. You have the empathy to understand the sweat, blood, and tears that go into making a movie and you have the strength to awaken the conscience of others by requesting them not to view it.”

The movie is getting immense love from everyone. Even the IMDb rated the film with 9.2/10.

Be it critics or the audience, everyone is appreciating the story as well the amazing acting of Ranbir Kapoor who has no doubt justified his role as Sanjay Dutt and other actors like Paresh Rawal and Vicky Kaushal, etc. all were brilliant.

Film trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#Sanju is 200 NOT OUT… Has an EXTRAORDINARY Week 1… Crosses *lifetime biz* of #3Idiots [₹ 202.47 cr] in 7 days… Fri 34.75 cr, Sat 38.60 cr, Sun 46.71 cr, Mon 25.35 cr, Tue 22.10 cr, Wed 18.90 cr, Thu 16.10 cr. Total: ₹ 202.51 cr. India biz.” Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta in her review on movie Sanju wrote, “Rajkumar Hirani does the only thing he can. By making Sanjay Dutt, Sanju. By choosing to show us a child-man, full of insecurities and flaws. By making the film much more about an errant son and a loving, forgiving father, than a king-size, get-outta-my-way superstar ‘jo har fikr ko dhuein mein udaata chaala gaya’. And yes, by giving that errant son a chance of redemption, because it wouldn’t be a Rajkumar Hirani film otherwise.”


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