Kangana Ranaut’s ‘Simran’ fared moderately at the box office on Thursday. The film minted Rs 1.01 crores nett at the Indian box office on Thursday, which is around 13% decline in its revenue compared to its Wednesday collection of Rs 1.16 crores nett.
By the end of its 7 days run, the film minted Rs 15.48 crores nett at the Indian box office with a gross amount of Rs 20.43 crores approximately and a distributor share amount of Rs 7.89 crores approximately.
While the film grossed $308k approximately at the USA and Canada box office till date. From the rest of the world markets, Hansal Mehta’s directional project grossed $597k approximately, taking the total 7 days overseas box office collection to $905k approximately.
On the whole, Kangana Ranaut – Hansal Mehta’s ‘Simran’ grossed Rs 26.29 crores approximately at the worldwide box office in its seven days run with a distributor share amount of Rs 10.23 crores approximately.
Even though the film managed to moderately at the box office in its opening week, ‘Simran’ needs to hold well during the second week too to remain as safe venture at the box office as it needs to collect Rs 30 crores nett at the Indian box office for break-even.