Released on 4,600 screens in India, the film then saw a record single-day collection for any Hindi film, bagging Rs45.5 crore nett on 24 December, beating the Rs41.29 crore nett achieved by Aamir Khan's Dangal (2016) on its third day, which was Christmas day past year.
Tiger Zinda Hai is out to break records and how! This is quite significant in many ways as the combination has indeed emerged as quite lethal and now one waits to see what does the trio comes up with next. TIGER ZINDA HAI has brought cheer, made the mood upbeat and the distributors/exhibitors - the backbone of the film industry - are sounding optimistic.
Salman Khan's Tiger Zinda Hai defeated Aamir Khan's Dangal that minted Rs 41.29 crore on its third day of release.
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Not just that the film has also become the second highest opener of 2017.
Salman Khan has once again proved that he is the real box office king of Bollywood.
With no big Bollywood release till 12th January when Saif Ali Khan's Kaalaakandi hits theatres, we are sure Tiger Zinda Hai will continue to rule the box-office. The film hit Rs 44 crore on Sunday, if it makes another Rs 50 crore on Monday, it will give Tiger a good lead in reaching the Rs 200 crore mark. East-West-North-South, the biz witnesses REMARKABLE growth...
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On Friday, it garnered Rs 34.10 crore, followed by Rs 35.30 crore on Saturday and Rs 45.53 crore on Sunday, making it Rs 114.93 crore in the opening weekend. Metros and beyond metros, multiplexes and single screens - it's creating havoc.
This shows that the "bad reviews" by critics have not affected the audiences in anyway possible, and they are going in large numbers to watch Salman-Katrina's biggest blockbuster of the year yet! Total:? 114.93 cr. India biz. Well, it's been only three days and the film has already made 9 records. "India business", Adarsh tweeted on Monday.
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