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Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal sells 1100 tickets in US

Renowned for his charismatic roles in youthful films, Ranbir Kapoor has astonished fans with a dark character in Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s ‘Animal‘. The pre-teaser and teaser have captivated audiences, building anticipation for the film’s release on December 1 in India. ETimes was the first to reveal that the film will hit the screens on November 30 in the United States and it is likely to get the widest release for a Hindi film in America, with about 888 screens.

The number is much higher than recent hits like






, Tiger 3 and even Ranbir’s Brahmastra which had 810 screens only.
With just 15 days to go for the release of the film, advance booking for Animal has opened and the numbers have begun to pour in. Advance booking for the film has opened in 172 locations in the USA, with more than 340 shows and about 1092 tickets have been sold till now, generating revenue of about $19200 ( Rs 16 lakhs). Ranbir Kapoor was spotted on Wednesday promoting the film at the India Vs New Zealand’s semi-final match at the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup.
Recently, there was confusion over the duration of the film. One ticket booking app indicated the length of ‘Animal’ as 3 hours and 18 minutes, while IMDB stated that the Ranbir Kapoor starrer is 2 hours and 26 minutes long. Despite this variance, there has been no official clarification on the matter from the makers.

Besides Ranbir Kapoor, ‘Animal’ stars Anil Kapoor, Bobby Deol, Rashmika Mandana and

Tripti Dimri

. The film was earlier slated for release on August 11, but due to post production issues it was moved to December 1. It will clash with

Vicky Kaushal

starrer, Meghna Gulzar’s Sam Bahadur. This movie tells the story of India’s first Field Marshal

Sam Manekshaw

and his role in carving out Bangladesh.

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