Published: Wed, December 27, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Tiger Zinda Hai breaks box-office records on opening weekend

Tiger Zinda Hai breaks box-office records on opening weekend

After registering a massive opening of around 34 crores on the release day, the film went slightly up on Saturday with Rs 35.35 crores coming in, but then took a very big jump, minting Rs 45.50 crores collection on Sunday. He film's crossed Rs 150-crore mark on the fourth day of its release. Does phenomenal business on Monday (Christmas).

After his last film "Tubelight" has left all his fans disappointed, Bollywood Bhai Salman Khan back with action thriller 'Tiger Zinda Hai', which received impressive reviews from popular movie critics & audience. Friday 34.10 cr [updated], Sat 35.30 cr. This takes its three-day total to a delightful Rs 114 crore approximately. Tiger Zinda Hai opened big at the ticket window collecting Rs 34 crore approximately.

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For example, Irrfan Khan-starrer Hindi Medium was made at a budget of Rs 23 crore and was declared a hit with Rs 63 crore in its kitty. "Quoting rentrak numbers, Adarsh tweeted, "#TigerZindaHai is SUPER-STRONG in North America [USA + Canada]... While Baahubali: The Conclusion and Sultan remain the only two films to clock Rs 200 crore worldwide in one weekend, Tiger Zinda Hai still holds a strong grip earning Rs 190 crore and the trade report further predicts that the film should be able to go around Rs 350 crore in one week.

"I congratulate Katrina for her extraordinary performance and Ali for his vision and awesome direction to pull off "Tiger Zinda Hai"," he said. As you read this, the film also starring Katrina Kaif has easily breached the Rs 150 crore mark and is on its way to smash more records.

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