‘Singham Returns’ box office collections beat Salman Khan’s ‘Kick’



‘Singham Returns’ has reportedly overtaken Salman Khan-starrer ‘Kick’ to emerge as the biggest opener of 2014.

Ajay Devgn-starrer ‘Singham Returns’, which was released on the Independence Day, has seen better box office collections than ‘Kick’ a opening day is concerned, according to trade analyst Taran Adarsh. However, the final collections figure of ‘Singham Returns’ on Day 1 is yet to be disclosed.

It may be mentioned that ‘Kick’ had made a roaring start in box office collections with an estimated Rs 26.40 crore on a non-holiday (pre-Eid).

‘Kick’ broke the 2014 opening day collection record of Salman’s last film ‘Jai Ho’, which released on January 24 this year, Gunday’s (Feb 14) Rs 16.12 crore and 2 States’ (April 18) Rs 12.42 crore.

If comparison is made between Ajay Devgn and Salman Khan on Independence Day releases, the later wins hands down. Salman’s ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ (15th August, 2012) opened with Rs 32.93 crore.

The much-awaited ‘singham Returns’, which brings the unbeatable Rohit Shetty-Ajay Devgn combination together, had a thunderous start across single screens and a solid start at multiplexes.

With the 15 August being a national holiday, the film was expected to witness strong footfalls across cineplexes all through the day.

The advance booking of the film was more than encouraging in several circuits and going by trends, the film should pack a solid total over the weekend.

‘Singham Returns’, which is a sequel to 2011 hit film ‘Singham’, is directed by Rohit Shetty and has been promoted well by the two leads, Kareena Kapoor and Devgn.

‘Singham Returns’ special song, ‘Ata Majhi Satakli’ by Yo Yo Honey Singh has already grabbed the attention for Kareena’s dance with 100 other kids dressed as cops.

While Devgn plays supercop Bajirao Singham fighting crime, his onscreen lady-love Kareena adds some comedy to the film balancing perfectly between action, anger, drama, love and laughter.

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