‘Simmba’ collects Rs 350 cr at global BO in just 16 days

‘Simmba’ collects Rs 350 cr at global BO in just 16 days

Agency News

New Delhi, Jan 13: The latest mega hit in Bollywood’s history ‘Simmba’ is on a record-breaking spree.

The film has shattered several box office records and has now entered the ranks of the top 10 Bollywood domestic box office hits of all time.

‘Simmba’, released on December 28, 2018, has grossed over Rs 350 crore at the domestic and overseas box office, becoming the highest grossing film for all of its makers - Reliance Entertainment, Rohit Shetty Pictures and Dharma Productions.

With ‘Simmba’, Rohit Shetty holds the unmatched record of having eight consecutive films to enter Rs 100 crore net domestic box office club, and he is only the second director in India with three films to enter the super elite Rs 200 crore club.

Director, Rohit Shetty strongly feels that the success of the film not only belongs to him, but to fans and the fraternity as a whole.

“It feels incredible to see the excitement and fabulous response of the audience for Simmba incinema halls everywhere. I am very happy with the appreciation the film is garnering,” he stated.

Shibasish Sarkar, Reliance Entertainment,commented, “Simmba has received great love from critics and audiences alike, globally. We are grateful to our partners, Rohit and Karan, and new ‘superstar’ Ranveer Singh, for creating a hugely entertaining film that has delivered great joy to audiences through the holiday season and beyond.”

Producer, Karan Johar said, “All of us at DHARMA PRODUCTIONS are so proud and ecstatic with SIMMBA! Officially our biggest hit!! RohitShetty is a mainstream maverick and this has been one of our best associations and looking forward to many more with him and his team. SIMMBA marks the beginning of a solid professional bond between Rohit&me! Personally he is one of the best guys in the business and a true friend!”

‘Simmba’ stars Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Sonu Sood, Siddharth Jadhav, Ashutosh Rana and Ajay Devgn is still playing successfully in cinemas. (UNI)