Last weekend saw the release of The Jungle Book in theatres. The movie has got an alarming response from Indian audience. The animated fantasy film got an early release in India as compared to US markets and this turned out to be the apt decision by the makers. The Jungle Book is a CGI remake of the popular classic 1967 film of the same name, which has also set a number of records back then. (ALSO READ: ‘The Jungle Book’ mints Rs 40.19 crore in three days)Also Read - Bagheera From The Jungle Book: Wildlife Photographer Shares Surreal Image of Black Panther, Leaves Internet Smitten

The movie has set new highs in the opening weekend itself and has turned out to be the highest-grossing Hollywood film of the year. In last four days, The Jungle Book has made around Rs 48.07 cr, says Bollywood Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh. He tweeted, “#TheJungleBook Fri 10.09 cr, Sat 13.51 cr, Sun 16.87 cr, Mon 7.60 cr. Total: ₹ 48.07 cr nett. India biz. OUTSTANDING!” (ALSO READ: The Jungle Book movie review: Mowgli and his pals make this one a must watch!) Also Read - Didn't want to ignore that Kipling was an imperialist: Serkis on new film 'Mowgli'

#TheJungleBook Fri 10.09 cr, Sat 13.51 cr, Sun 16.87 cr, Mon 7.60 cr. Total: ₹ 48.07 cr nett. India biz. OUTSTANDING!

— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 12, 2016

Taran also predicts that the animated venture will surely cross Rs 65 cr to Rs 75 cror mark with in a week, if it continues to go at this pace. Also Read - Disney unveils first look of Jon Favreau's 'The Lion King'

#TheJungleBook is UNSTOPPABLE… Records EXTRAORDINARY biz on Mon… At this rate, ₹ 65 cr to ₹ 70 cr Week 1 is on the cards… contd.

— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) April 12, 2016

The Jungle Book has also made a record of one day collection for a Hollywood film, with its Sunday turnover of Rs 16.50 crore. The movie has received raving reviews from the critics for its excellent animations and graphics. The Jungle Book is undoubtedly doing well in all regions of the country since the leading character Mowgli is familiar to most. Both Hindi and English versions of the film has received good response from the viewers.

With such great response from the viewers, Disney has already given green signals for a sequel of the film. (ALSO READ: ‘Jungle Book 2′ already in works with Jon Favreau to direct)