According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh's tweet the film has collected 42 crores on its third day, the film has even broken the record of Aamir Khan's Dangal's collection on its third day as it collected 45.53 crores. Previously, the record was with Salman Khan's Sultan which had earned little over Rs 105 crore in 3 days! The film has been faring equally well at the worldwide box office, having made a total Rs 4.12 crores in the US. 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 is doing fairly well but it has to maintain its pace so as to avoid putting Salman Khan into the same position as he was in during Tubelight. Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Tiger Zinda Hai has entered into 100 Crore club in just first three days.
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Salman Khan has once again proved that he is the real box office king of Bollywood. Made on a budget of 150 crores, the movie is expected to cross 220 crores in the first week. It managed to do better overseas, minting Rs 1.01 crore on the day of its release in Australia and Rs 38.54 lakhs in New Zealand. East-West-North-South, the biz witnesses REMARKABLE growth... With his birthday round the corner (December 27), we wonder how Salman Khan would celebrate his birthday this year? Metros and beyond metros, plexes and single screens - it's creating HAVOC... Total: Rs 114.93 crore. The first film has earned Rs 32.93 crore while TZH made Rs 34.10 crore, thus making it the highest opener for the series.
Add to it the fact that Tiger Zinda Hai had a fabulous deal with the Abu Dhabi government to promote the Emirates. Ek Tha Tiger had been released on 3,200 screens in India and did a lifetime India box-office business of Rs186.14 crore nett.