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Sanju Box Office Collection Day 2: With 'Remarkable Run,' Ranbir Kapoor's Film 'To Score A Century' Today

Within just two days of its release, Sanju has earned over Rs. 73 crore at the box office and it created a 'havoc' on Saturday. "Ranbir needed a hit. The massive box office numbers to bring him back and yes, Ranbir's back with a vengeance," Mr Adarsh tweeted. Sanju has emerged as the biggest opener of 2018. It is also Ranbir's highest opening film.
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The film earned a whopping amount of Rs 72.25 crore nett in two days only and eyeing to hit the Rs 100-crore club in the first weekend itself.

The film's collections are being led in North India, which is a first for Hirani as generally, since Mumbai always takes the lead. Ranbir Kapoor's take on Sanjay Dutt's life has done fairly well for its genre in regions like Assam, Odisha and Bihar. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, Sanju is one of a kind of Sanjay Dutt. Not only Hirani brought the famed life of Sanjay in front of camera, he also showed the dark days of the actor. Tainted by multiple downfalls and personal demons, the biopic gives viewers a glimpse of Dutt's battles against drug addiction and strained relations with his parents.

The growth nearly hits 15 per cent as regions that have not shown huge collections so far, have picked up momentum. Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, Sanju is one of a kind of Sanjay Dutt. Not only Hirani brought the famed life of Sanjay in front of camera, he also showed the dark days of the actor. Tainted by multiple downfalls and personal demons, the biopic gives viewers a glimpse of Dutt's battles against drug addiction and strained relations with his parents.

Meanwhile, while the film had a rather safe release in India, Great Britain’s Censor Board seems to have issues with the film. In the United Kingdom, the film has been rated ‘15’ which is to say, non-adults below the age of 15 are not allowed to see ‘Sanju’ in Great Britain.

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