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Box-office collections: Simmba reaches Rs 240 crore mark; Check how much Thackeray, Uri, Why cheat India have raked in

Jan 30, 2019, 15:15 PM IST
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Box-office collections: Ranveer Singh starrer Simmba has slowed down after dominating the box office for almost a month. The decline in Simmba's collection was also because of new releases like Uri: The Surgical Strike, Thackeray and Why Cheat India. While Uri continues to rake in a decent amount, Thackeray too has done well in its first week. Emraan Hashmi's 'Why cheat India'- story of a con man, has failed to impress the audience. Here is how much each film has earned. 

Here are the box office collections of these movies so far:

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1. Thackeray: Rs 22.90 crore

1. Thackeray: Rs 22.90 crore

Nawazuddin Siddiqui staring 'Thackeray' has done a fair amount of business, managed to fetch over Rs 22 crore in the opening weekend. The movie earned Rs 6 crore on the very first day, while Rs 10 and 6.90 crore in the following two days of the weekend. (Photo: Reuters)

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2. Uri- The surgical strike: Rs 160 23 crore

2. Uri- The surgical strike: Rs 160 23 crore

Based on Indian army's surgical strike on Pakistani militants in PoK region, 'Uri' staring Vicky Kaushal and Yami Gautam did extremely well even after 20 days of its release. The movie has earned around Rs 160.23 crore so far. (Photo: Reuters)

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3. Simmba: Rs 239.95 crore

3. Simmba: Rs 239.95 crore

Superhit movie of 2018 staring Ranveer Singh, 'Simmba' released on 28th December is still doing strong business on box office even after its one month of release. The movie is expected to surpass the mark of Rs 250 crore as it has already touched Rs 239.95 crore so far. (Photo: PTI)

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4. Why cheat India: Rs 8.45 crore

 4. Why cheat India: Rs 8.45 crore

The movie based on a story of a con man, 'Why cheat India' has been a weak since its opening last weekend. The movie has managed to earn just over Rs 8 crores at the end of the first week. (Photo: Reuters)

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