Simmba aala re! The much awaited movie of the year Simmba opened up with a great response at the box office.
The film registered an opening of around Rs 20.72 crore and its 17th Day Collection Is Rs 5.30 crore.
Day 1 : 20.72 crore
Day 2 : 23.33 crore
Day 3 : 31.06 crore
Day 4 : 21.24 crore
Day 5 : 28.19 crore
Day 6: 14.49 crore
Day 7 : 11.78 crore
Day 8 : 9.02 crore
Day 9 : 13.32 crore
Day 10 : 17.49 crore
Day 11 : 6.16 crore
Day 12: 6.03 crore
Day 13 : 5.31 crore
Day 14 : 4.29 crore
Day 15 : 2.60 crore
Day 16 : 4.51 crore
Day 17 : 5.30 crore
Total Collection : 224.84 crores
Ranveer Singh beats people up as if he really, really wants to, and the dialogues fly out of his mouth as if he’s making them up. Most of these — like a play on the word ‘farz’ which means duty.
Rohit Shetty’s films are known for being masala entertainers and so far, the audience has enjoyed the way he presents big action sequences with high drama.
On the other hand Simmba starrer Sara Ali Khan in the female lead role though Sara had less role in the movie but whatever role she did Simmba she just nailed it with her acting ability .
Simmba is the official remake of the Telugu blockbuster ‘Temper’ which is an action comedy. It is helmed by Rohit Shetty and produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma production.
Simmba is all about an old-school Hindi twist film, the story plot starts with Sangram Baleroa, a senior inspector, who believes that a corrupt officer’s life is the best one. The lead is been smashing bones and romancing with his ladylove Sara Ali Khan.
However, a twist and turns in the tale transforms him and forces him to choose the perfect path. It all begins in the story as our hero’s chase to nail goons and teach the antagonist a lesson. On the other hand, Sonu Sood has played antagonist Character in the film.
This data is complied from various sources and our research and so the figures can be approximate and we do not make any claims about the authenticity of the data. However they are adequately indicative of the box-office performance of the films.