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Box office collection : Singham Returns enters 100 crore club

Mumbai, Aug 21 (): The box office collection of Ajay Devgn’s action drama “Singham Returns” has crossed the 100 crore mark in India, but at worldwide box office the film has already achieved that mark.

Film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#SinghamReturns Fri 32.09 cr, Sat 21.05 cr, Sun 24.55 cr, Mon 14.78 cr, Tue 8.21 cr. Total: ₹ 100.68 cr nett. India biz”.

Aamir Khan starrer Dhoom 3, Hrithik Roshan starrer Krissh 3 and Shah Rukh Khan starrer Chennai Express were the movies to quickly cross the 100 cr mark. Dhoom 3 attained the feat in just three days, whereas the other two movies crossed the mark in four days. Salman Khan’s Kick and Eh Tha Tiger crossed the 100 crore mark in five days.

The other 100 crore achievers in the table are Aamir Khan starrer 3 Idiots, Ranbir starrer Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela, Indra Kumar’s adult comedy Grand Masti. This year, the first movie to open the list of the 100 crore club was the Salman Khan starrer Jai Ho that crossed the Rs. 100 cr mark in eight days.

The latest Independence Day release movie Singham Returns, directed by Rohit Shetty has also entered the 100 crore club in just five days. Rohoit Shetty has delivered many hits movie previously like Golmaal series, Singham, Bol Bachchan and Chennai Express.

Taran tweeted, #SinghamReturns crosses the *lifetime business* of #Singham in just 5 days [Fri to Tue]. India biz”.

“#SinghamReturns is Ajay Devgn’s 5th ₹ 100 cr grosser. Rohit Shetty’s 5th film [4 – ₹ 100 cr, 1 – ₹ 200 cr]. Reliance’s 6th ₹ 100 cr film”.

“Singham Returns” featuring Ajay Devgn and Kareena Kapoor Khan in lead roles, was released in more than 3600 screens in India and around 400 screens overseas. In the overseas market too, the Devgn starrer has collected very well in its opening weekend. The three day income of the film is more than ₹14 crore ($2.4 million). The film has also received remarkable response in the Gulf region, followed by the US and UK circuits.