Tiger Zinda Hai Box Office Collection Day 17: Not Ready to Stop The Speed ​​of 'Tiger'

  • Tiger Zinda Hai Box Office Collection Day 17: Not Ready to Stop The Speed ​​of 'Tiger'
    Tiger Zinda Hai Box Office Collection Day 17: Not Ready to Stop The Speed ​​of 'Tiger'
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The superstar Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer 'Tiger Jinda Hai' have been delayed for more than two weeks, but the film's earnings are not taking the name of the stoppage. The film's first week of release is 206 crores, after the second week of earning 85.50 crores, the third week of the movie is still holding the collection. According to latest reports from Box Office India, the third Sunday of the release 'Tiger Jinda Hai' has received Rs 8.50 crore. Have earned The film's total earnings is Rs 309 crore Has reached.

The action-packed film, released on December 22, has received a huge boost from Christmas and New Year holidays. However, the film has made great earnings on the weekend. According to the box office India report, the third Friday of the release (January 5th), the film has Rs 3.75 crore, Rs 5.5 crore on Saturday (January 6) and Rs 8.50 crore on Sunday (January 7). Have to earn The total earnings of the third weekend is Rs 17.75 crore Has been there.

Salman Khan has broken the record of his film 'Sultan', which was released last year by joining the 300 crore club. Let me tell you, the total earnings of 'Sultan' was 300.45 crores. After 'Sultan', it is hoped that 'Tiger is alive' will break the record of Salman's film 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' whose total gross was 320.34 crores.

According to trade analyst Taran Adarsh, "Tiger is alive" has become the highest grossing movie of the country's most prominent banner, Yash Raj Films. The second name in the list is Salman's film 'Sultan', third Aamir Khan starrer 'Dhoom 3', 'Fourth' Ek Tha Tiger, and fifth place Shahrukh Khan starrer 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan'.

Let me tell you, 'Tiger Jinda Hai' has given 50 crores in the first 2 days, 100 crores in 3 days, 150 crores in four days, 200 crores in 7 days, 250 crores in 10 days and Rs. 300 crores on 16th day. Crossed the figure of Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, this film is a sequel of 'Ek Tha Tiger' which came in 2012. The total budget of 'Ek Tha Tiger' was Rs 75 crore Was there. On the other hand, the total budget of Salman Khan's 'Tiger Jinda Hai' is about Rs 150 crore.

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