Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Simran’ completed its first-weekend run with decent collections. The film minted Rs 4.12 crores nett at the Indian box office on Sunday, which is 9.57% growth in its revenue compared to its Saturday collection of Rs 3.76 crores nett.
By the end of its 3 days run, the film minted Rs 10.65 crores nett at the Indian box office with a gross amount of Rs 14.05 crores approximately and a distributor share amount of Rs 5.43 crores approximately.
While the film grossed $228k approximately at the USA and Canada box office in its opening weekend. From the rest of the world markets, Hansal Mehta’s directional project grossed $418k approximately, taking the total 3 days overseas box office collection to $644k approximately.
On the whole, Kangana Ranaut – Hansal Mehta’s ‘Simran’ grossed Rs 18.29 crores approximately at the worldwide box office in its three days run with a distributor share amount of Rs 6.94 crores approximately.
Despite poor reports for the movie, the film fared well at the box office in its first-weekend and we need to wait and see how it fares in the weekdays.