Superstar Salman Khan starrer Tiger Zinda Hai continued to do well at the box office. After reaching Rs 300 crore club, the movie continued to set box office on fire. The film has so far collected Rs 328.97 crore. As per noted movie critic and business analyst Taran Adarsh, the film has earned Rs 1.46 crore, Rs 2.12 crore on Saturday, Rs 3.27 crore on sunday, Rs 1.36 crore on Monday, rs 1.02 crore on Tuesday and Rs 88 lakhs on Wednesday.
The film has now become highest domestic grosser till date after crushing all the 2017 releases except for Baahubali 2. Earlier, Bajrangi Bhaijaan was the highest grosser with Rs 320.34 crore. According to latest collections, Tiger Zinda hai has now surpassed the collection of Bajrangi Bhaijaan. However, there are still some hurdles that the film needs to cross. Even as the movie is doing splendidly well, It may not surpass Aamir Khan’s successful movie Dangal and PK’s box office records.
The Salman khan starrer film last year saved the Bollywood to some extent last year, which was otherwise a bad year for the industry. Even as there were hits like like Ajay Devgn starrer Golmaal Again, Richa Chadha starrer Fukrey 2 and Varun Dhawan starrer Judwaa 2, these still could not give the kind of boost Bollywood needed to end the year on a high note.
#TigerZindaHai [Week 4] Fri 1.46 cr, Sat 2.12 cr, Sun 3.27 cr, Mon 1.36 cr, Tue 1.02 cr, Wed 88 lakhs. Total: ₹ 328.97 cr. India biz. BLOCKBUSTER.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) January 18, 2018
The Ali Abbas Zafar directed movie Tiger Zinda Hai which also stars Katrina Kaif released on December 22. The film is a sequel to the earlier released Ek Tha Tiger. it has been doing roaring business since releasing in the total of 5700 screens in both the domestic and international markets.
The film has also become a part of the highest grossing films till date and has taken the fourth position after Baahubali 2, Dangal and PK. Salman Khan has pulled off some fantastic records at the box office and Tiger Zinda Hai is not the first time he has had his brush with high box office earnings.