Simmba box office: Here are 8 records Ranveer Singh’s film broke

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In just 12 days, Simmba has entered the 200 Crore Club. It made Rs 525 crore worldwide. Simmba had collected Rs 6.16 crore on second Monday, thereby being just around Rs 3 crore behind Rs 200 crore domestic collection. Total: "Rs 202.83 crore (India business)", Taran Adarsh wrote. The film also adds another feather in Rohit Shetty's cap as it is his eighth consecutive release to cross over Rs 100-crore milestone.

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Rohit Shetty has confirmed that his next project will revolve around Sooryavanshi, the police officer character played by Akshay Kumar and introduced in the end of his most recent film, Simmba. His earlier biggies have been Chennai Express and Golmaal Again, lifetime collections of both of which would be surpassed in very quick time. "There are two Hindi films for competition this week and though neither look big openers they will take screens space from Simmba at multiplexes", the report stated. It has been proven in the past with films like Dabangg, Rowdy Rathode, Singham and now taking that legacy forward, Ranveer Singh's Simmba is ruling the roost at the theatres. I'm extremely grateful to the audience for the love they have showered on my performance and on the film. Sara Ali Khan and Sonu Sood were also present.

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