Sharma's latest directorial venture Singh Saab The Great
(SSTG) has concluded the first week with a decent
collection at the Indian Box Office. Its seven-day business is far
better than that of its counterpart Gori Tere Pyaar Mein.
But the action drama film has failed to make it to the top. The
Deol and Amrita Rao starrer has graced the second
place, while old release Ram Leela topped the domestic
Singh Saab The Great, which released in 1,970 screens
in the domestic market, debuted with decent occupancy, but the
movie did not witness a big leap over the weekend and on weekdays.
The movie collected approximately Rs 26.25 crores nett at the
Indian Box Office in the first week. Its breakup is Rs 6 cr on Fri,
Rs 5.5 cr on Sat, Rs 7 cr on Sun, Rs 2.50 cr on Mon, Rs 2 cr on
Tue, Rs 1.75 cr on Wed and Rs 1.50 cr on Thu.
Made on a budget of Rs 16.25 crores, Singh Saab The Great
has recovered its production cost from its theatrical run for the
first three days and is running with a good amount of profit. But
considering its screen count, Bollywood trade experts feel that its
seven-day collection is not upto the expected mark.