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Tiger Zinda Hai box-office collection: Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer to enter Rs 300 crore club

Salman Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai has already crossed the lifetime earnings of Golmaal Again and is only behind Baahubali 2.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: December 30, 2017 17:54 IST ]
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in a still from Tiger Zinda Hai

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Ali Abbas Zafar's directorial action thriller film Tiger Zinda Hai is soaring high at box-office. With its whooping collection at box-office Tiger Zinda Hai is approaching to enter Rs 300 crore club.  

Salman’s film has also crossed the lifetime earnings of Ajay Devgn’s film Golmaal Again, which made a total collection Rs 205 crore. 

Tiger Zinda Hai collected Rs 217.5 crore in eight days and the film is inching towards Rs 300 crore. 

Movie Critic and Trade Analysts Taran Adarsh sharing the total collection of Tiger Zinda Hai wrote, ‘’ #TigerZindaHai maintains a STRONG TREND... Now chasing the score set by #BajrangiBhaijaan [₹ 320.34 cr] and #Sultan [₹ 300.45 cr]… Biz expected to jump again on Sat [today], Sun and Mon [1 Jan]… [Week 2] Fri 11.56 cr. Total: ₹ 217.60 cr. India biz. #TZH.’’

Interestingly, Salman and Katrina united after five years to work in Tiger Zinda Hai. Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel of Salman’s film Ek Tha Tiger. The film revolves around an Indian RAW agent Avinash Singh Rathore and a Pakistani spy Zoya. In the film, Tiger and Zoya reunite to rescue captured nurses by the ISIL.

Earlier praising Salman’s film Tiger Zinda Hai, Taran tweeted, ‘’ And #TZH hits a DOUBLE CENTURY... #TigerZindaHai is on... Emerges an OUTRIGHT WINNER... Now eyes ₹ 300 cr Club... Fri 34.10 cr, Sat 35.30 cr, Sun 45.53 cr, Mon 36.54 cr, Tue 21.60 cr, Wed 17.55 cr, Thu 15.42 cr. Total: ₹ 206.04 cr. India biz.’’

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