Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in a still from the film "Tiger Zinda Hai". Interestingly, the film has already beaten the records of the superstar's own earlier films like Sultan - that raked in a Rs 104 crore in its first three days and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo which earned a a little over Rs 100 crore in its first three days. Big films bombed, star vehicles came cropper and it was left to middle-of-the-road cinema to bring in the money.
According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, the film is also doing pretty well in the global market, having made Rs 57.58 lakhs on its first two days in the USA.
As predicted by us, Tiger Zinda Hai has emerged as the highest opening weekend grosser of all time. East-West-North-South, the business witnesses remarkable growth.
Salman starrer also made a new non holiday record on the first day as the film collected Rs.34.10 crore and followed it by collecting Rs. 35.50 crore on Saturday.
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Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, "Tiger Zinda Hai" marks Salman Khan's return to action - a genre that he rules. On its fourth day, it is estimated to make Rs 45 crore. Aamir Khan's Christmas releases have consistently soared at the box office in the past; opening weekend figures include Rs107.01 crore for Dangal (2016), Rs95.41 crore for PK (2014) and Rs107.61 crore for Dhoom 3 (2013). Metros and beyond metros, multiplexes and single screens - it's creating havoc.
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Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif should be over the moon now! The top position is, however, reserved by Bahubali: The Conclusion, which minted Rs 127 crore approximately at the box office.