Simmba box office collection Day 11: Ranveer Singh film nears Rs 200 crore markhttps://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/bollywood/box-office-collection/simmba-box-office-collection-day-11-ranveer-singh-5527090/

Simmba box office collection Day 11: Ranveer Singh film nears Rs 200 crore mark

Simmba box office collection Day 11: Simmba has emerged as the third highest grosser of 2018 after Sanju and Padmaavat. The film is also the highest opener of Ranveer Singh's career.

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Simmba box office collection Day 11: Ranveer Singh and Sara Ali Khan’s film refuses to slow down.

Ranveer Singh’s latest film Simmba has been ruling the box office since its release. The Rohit Shetty directorial, which hit screens on December 28, also stars Sonu Sood and Sara Ali Khan.

Trade analyst Taran Adarsh recently shared that Simmba had a good collection on its second weekend too and has emerged as the third hightest grosser of 2018 after Sanju and Padmaavat. Simmba is also the highest opener of Ranveer’s career collecting Rs 20.72 crore on Day 1.

Simmba’s total collection in India now stands at Rs 190.64 crore.

Sharing the latest box office figures of the film on Twitter, Adarsh wrote, “#Simmba refuses to slow down… Packs a solid punch in Weekend 2… Nears ₹ 200 cr mark… Emerges THIRD HIGHEST GROSSER of 2018, after #Sanju and #Padmaavat… [Week 2] Fri 9.02 cr, Sat 13.32 cr, Sun 17.49 cr. Total: ₹ 190.64 cr. India biz.”

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The film has clicked with the audience but received mixed reviews from critics.

The Indian Express critic Shubhra Gupta gave the film two stars and mentioned in her review, “The only reason to watch Simmba is Ranveer Singh. In his sharp moochh sticking up at both ends, shiny bronzed face, broad shoulders filling out, eventually, the khakee uniform, Singh is Simmba. Striding into cop stations, wading into ‘goondas’, losing his heart to the girl across the road Shagun (Ali Khan), Singh is fully alive to the moment, knowing that he is working in a template, aware that he has to keep breaking out.”

She also added, “Sara Ali Khan’s second appearance in the same month (after Kedarnath) proves that she is no fluke. She switches on the sparkle, and gets a few lines and a song or two, which is what female leads have to be content with in these testosterone-heavy muscle-bound movies.”