Ranveer Singh’s Simbaa makes a huge box office collection


Ranveer Singh’s very first movie in the general commercial entertainment sector makes a huge collection at the box office. Sara Ali Khan, who recently made her debut alongside Sushant Singh Rajput in the movie Kedarnath, is cast alongside Ranveer Singh in this movie. Simbaa has taken to a wonderful start this year and is definitely one of the successful movies of 2018. The movie has opened to a whopping amount of Rupees 20.5 crore on Friday, and following which has collected Rupees 23.75 Crores on Saturday, followed by another whopping 31 crores on Sunday.

More money keeps pouring in

The reports of boxofficeindia.com state that a total amount of 26 crores have been collected till Tuesday, making the collection sum total of 122 crores in just 5 days. The movie plot revolves around a cop, played by Ranveer Singh. He is an unethical cop in this movie, much opposition to the counterpart movie Singham, where the police officer was righteous. An incident happens in Simbaa’s life which changes the situation and turns tables, for better. The movie has been directed by Rohit Shetty, and this movie also stars others like Sonu Sood, Siddharth Jadhav, and Ashutosh Rana in extremely powerful roles.

Other cameo appearances

There is also an appearance from other guest stars like Ajay Devgn, Akshay Kumar, and the entire Golmaal team in this movie. The movie is a remake of the south Indian movie Temper. The movie overall has sustained the pressure of box office very well. Sara plays the feminine lead and the beau of Ranveer Singh in this movie. This movie is the 11th highest first-week collection of all times, right after the movie Sanju.

The movie review of Simbaa

The unscrupulous cop finds his conscience and starts to walk on the path of righteousness stands as the base of the story. His integrity is newfound, just that the question is will he stick to being the same honest person?

Initially, his life’s motto was to do beimaani with full imaandari, and Ranveer is in full form, being the entertainer and the villain himself. He has your attention with all his wisecracks and wrong activities, and then there’s a lot of transformation. Sara, on the other hand, is looking extremely beautiful and has less to do with the movie. The connection is nothing that is spellbound – it doesn’t impress much. Then comes the Rohit Shetty style of too many cars and too many powerful men. There’s a lot of masala entertainment and seeti moments.

The songs are high power and pumped up, and good for a party environment. Overall the movie is a good holiday watch and one can splurge on it too!