Film and trade expert Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the latest figures of the Box Office collection of Tiger Zinda Hai.
Tiger Zinda Hai has further reaffirmed Salman Khan's position as the numero uno superstar that we have in the country today. After fetching a good response from the film-watchers in overseas, the Hindi offering garnered a thumping business in the global market. The film has been helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar. Pre-release business and advance ticket booking gave boost to the overall earnings bagged by the celluloid. The Yash Raj production has actually held on quite well on its fourth Friday as well which means 10 crore more would comfortably come by before end of this week. Paresh Rawal, Sudeep and Gavie Chahal are seen in supporting roles in the film. "The film is a sequel to the blockbuster 2012 film 'Ek Tha Tiger" which released in 2012.
Ali Abbas Zafar's Tiger Zinda Hai earned Rs7.50 crore, approximately, on its second Tuesday, 2 January, as per figures shared by BoxOfficeIndia.com, which is almost half of what it earned the previous day, 1 January - Rs 18 crore, approximately. After Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Sultan, this will be Salman Khan's third film to enter the exclusive group.
However, the celluloid could not beat "Bahubali 2: The Conclusion" in the box office race.
The movie's dream run started on day one itself when it created the biggest ever non-holiday earning record by minting Rs 34 crore net.
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