Tiger Zinda Hai box office collection: After crushing all the 2017 releases except for Baahubali 2, Salman Khan starrer Tiger Zinda Hai has now become his highest domestic grosser till date. Earlier it was Bajrangi Bhaijaan with Rs 320.34 cr. But as per the latest collections, TZH has now surpassed the collection of Bajrangi Bhaijaan. after this tough Salman vs Salman Khan clash at the box office was all done and dusted, Tiger Zinda Hai emerged as the winner. However, there are other hurdles ahead that TZH needs to overcome. While it is doing very well, however, the movie may not be able to surpass Aamir Khan’s hugely successful Dangal and PK’s box office records. Incidentally, both Dangal and PK were released during the Christmas period. As far as Bollywood industry is concerned, Salman Khan has saved it blushes in 2017. It was turning out to be a bad year for the industry as blockbusters were hard to come by.
Though there were some surprises like Ajay Devgn starrer Golmaal Again, Richa Chadha starrer Fukrey 2 and even Varun Dhawan starrer Judwaa 2, but these still could not provide the kind of boost Bollywood needed to ensure it ended on a high. Bollywood trade analyst had tweeted about the film’s collections on Saturday and said, ” #TigerZindaHai reaches *lifetime biz* of #BajrangiBhaijaan [₹ 320.34 cr]… Will be Salman’s HIGHEST GROSSER today [Sat]… [Week 4] Fri 1.46 cr. Total: ₹ 320.32 cr. India biz. BLOCKBUSTER. #TZH.”
The Ali Abbas Zafar directed film Tiger Zinda Hai that also stars Katrina Kaif released a little over three weeks ago. The film which is a sequel to the previously released Ek Tha Tiger has been doing roaring business since hitting a total of 5700 screens in both the domestic and international markets.
Not only this, TZH 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 extraordinary records at the box office and Tiger Zinda Hai is not the first time Bhai has had his brush with stupendously high box office earnings.