Tiger Zinda Hai, the Ali Abbas Zafar directorial starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, has captured the limelight and has now made its way into the coveted Rs 300 crore club. Sequel to Ek Tha Tiger, the movie was released to across 5700 screens worldwide and perhaps, has been raking in hefty amount, even in its 3rd week. Interestingly, TZH has also renewed Salman Khan’s magic, which was rather at its lowest ebb after his dud movie, Tubelight, which was released on 23rd June 2017. What is remarkable is that even in its 3rd week, the movie is attracting the audience, who are preferring watching the movie over and over again. Besides, TZH has set a benchmark for the new releases to compete with. Here we take a look at some interesting facts regarding Tiger Zinda Hai’s entry into Rs 300 crore club:
- The movie managed to cross Rs 300 crore mark just in 16 days since its release, making it the second movie to enter the coveted club at the Box Office in 2017.
- Interestingly, it is the third Salman Khan movie to enter the 300 crore club making him the only actor having three movies in this exclusive club. Thanks to Salmanics!
- TZH’s entry into the 300 club makes Ali Abbas Zafar the only director in Bollywood to have two movies in this exclusive club. Woah! That’s something…
- Good news for Katrina Kaif fans! TZH is Kaif’s first movie to enter the exclusive Rs 300 crore club.
- Overall, Tiger Zinda Hai is the 6th Bollywood movie that has entered the coveted club and also, it is the third fastest film to enter the Rs 300 cr club.
Behind the success of the movie, one cannot deny the hard work actors have put in. Talking alone about Katrina Kaif, the actress can be seen performing high-level action sequences, which is perhaps not her genre. Salman Khan can be seen imitating the role of a spy. What’s interesting about the movie is its appealing locations. Some of the action sequences were shot in Morocoo and others at Liwa desert in UAE in horrifying 52 degrees. A shot in which Salman can be seen fighting with the wolves was shot in Austria at 20 degrees Celsius. Few songs of the movie were shot in Greece. TZH is simply a one-punch package. It seems that the movie is not going to end its theatrical run yet and it remains to be seen how many records it will break.