Jabilli Kosam Aakashamalle – E51 – 6th Dec

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Record-breaking Advance Bookings For Animal

December 1, 2023

Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Animal has left industry experts stunned by its exceptional advance bookings. Just hours before its theater debut, trade analysts find themselves speechless as the film garners an unexpected level of attention.

An astounding 3,25,000 tickets were already sold through popular multiplex chains such as PVR Inox and Cinepolis on Thursday alone.

Anticipation is high, with estimations suggesting that an additional 2,00,000 tickets might sell out swiftly, encompassing both single screens and privately-owned cinemas. This indicates that a staggering half a million people secured their seats for the movie before its premiere.

Expectations lean towards a substantial increase in ticket sales tonight. In Hyderabad, out of 555 scheduled shows, an impressive 310 are nearly full to capacity. The remaining seats are swiftly being filled through direct bookings. “Animal” has already surpassed the gross earnings of 3.20 crores in Hyderabad, overtaking previous records like “Jawan”. A similar trend is observed in cities like Bangalore, while Chennai’s slow ticket sales are attributed to heavy rains and permit issues for special screenings. However, major cities such as Mumbai, Delhi, and Kolkata are predicted to witness overwhelming demand for morning benefit shows.

The buzz surrounding “Animal” extends overseas, showcasing a comparable level of excitement among international audiences. However, the film only has a limited time of twenty days before facing competition from upcoming releases like “Dunki” and “Salaar.” Thus, it’s crucial to capitalize on the initial momentum to achieve break-even and secure profits. The absence of new releases until then and the popularity of songs like “Merry Christmas” are positive indicators for the success of “Animal.”