ZEE5 to premiere ‘Simmba’ on 21 March

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MUMBAI: In another summer surprise for its viewers, ZEE5 will showcase the world digital premiere of ‘Simmba’ the biggest entertainer of the year. The blockbuster with a power packed star-cast comprising Ranveer Singh, Sara Ali Khan, Sonu Sood and Ashutosh Rana in lead roles with a special appearance by Ajay Devgn, is set to premiere on 21st March on ZEE5.

After a having phenomenal run at the box office, Rohit Shetty’s high decibel cop drama is all set for a world digital premiere on ZEE5. The story revolves around Sangram Bhalerao played by Ranveer Singh, a notorious cop who wants to make money. Until an event happens in his life, which alters him and makes him choose the moral path.

ZEE5 also recently announced a special 30% discount on both annual packs – all access @ Rs 999/- and regional @ Rs 499/- as part of its anniversary offer. This is applicable till 31st March; in case fans pay via their Paytm account, they will get an additional 50% cashback on these rates.

ZEE5 India business head Manish Aggarwal said, “For over a year, since our inception, Originals and World Digital Premieres have been our key content pillars. While we have had a good run with our Originals, we have also presented some of the biggest blockbusters on the platform straight after their theatrical releases. This year, we have two of the most popular and successful films ‘Uri: The Surgical Strike’ and ‘Simmba’ premiering back to back on the platform. Fans all over have been eagerly waiting for Simmba to release on ZEE5 and the film with its sheer mass appeal and striking performance by Ranveer Singh is certain to become a huge success just like it did at the box office.”

Simmba Director, Producer Rohit Shetty commented, “Simmba is a thorough entertainer yet the issue we are addressing had to be dealt with seriousness. I am glad that the audience loved the film along with the concept of our cop universe. World digital premiere on ZEE5 is a great opportunity for us to take the film to audiences across the globe.”


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