Ranbir Kapoor's Sanju is now the fourth-highest grossing film of all time, trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted. The Rajkumar Hirani-directed film has collected Rs 339.75 crore, surpassing the lifetime collection of Salman Khan's film Tiger Zinda Hai, which stands at Rs 339.16 crore. Sanju is now on the verge of crossing the lifetime collection of Aamir Khan's PK, which stands at Rs 340.8 crore. "Sanju crosses lifetime business of Tiger Zinda Hai, now fourth highest grossing Hindi film. Chasing PK's lifetime business now. (Week 5) Friday Rs 45 lakhs, Saturday Rs 87 lakhs, Sunday Rs 1.15 crore. Total: Rs 339.75 crore. (India business). All time blockbuster," wrote Taran Adarsh. To reach to the top of the table, Sanju also has to surpass the lifetime collection of Aamir Khan's Dangal (Rs 387.38 crore), which currently stands at number 2, and Baahubali: The Conclusion (Rs 510.99 crore), which headlines the list.
Sanju effortlessly surpassed the Rs 200 crore-mark in its first week and then added a little above Rs 90 crore in the second week. In the third week, Sanju continued its remarkable business at the box office and fetched a sum of Rs 31 crore. Sanju continues to attract the audience to the theatres even after a month of its release.