Tiger Zinda Hai: Salman Khan scores double ton at Box Office

Jon Howard
December 30, 2017

As per trade analysts, the film could possibly eye Rs 300 crore, which doesn't seem to be unattainable at this point.

One might say Tiger Zinda Hai benefitted from less competition at the box office.

While it looks like that the film will surely enter 300 crores club till the new year.

TZH is the sequel to a hit film like Ek Tha Tiger (2012).

Sajjad was an unknown name in the industry before starring in Ali Abbas Zafar's action adventure but with his hard work and dedication, the PR manager-turned-actor has made his way into the hearts and minds of the moviegoers who enjoyed watching him on the big screen alongside Salman and Katrina. And hence Salman is the ultimate king of the Box Office. The film is also doing good in overseas market also, the Aditya Chopra produced film has collected approx 55 crores in the overseas market. But just when critics were busy writing her off, she bounced back with the runaway success of the movie at the domestic box office.

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Salman Khan's Tiger Zinda Hai is unstoppable at the box office. Even the experts are saying that this film could turn as Salman Khan's highest grossing film ever, well now Kabir Khan directorial film Bajrangi Bhaijaan holds the tag with 320.34 crores.

After beating Golmaal Again (Rs 136.07 crore), Salman and Katrina's actioner (Rs 206.04 crore) became the highest first week Bollywood grosser for 2017.

The action flick has emerged as the second highest grosser of 2017 after "Baahubali-The Conclusion".

No big Bollywood releases are lined up before next two weeks, so Tiger Zinda Hai still got ample of time to make a record earnings.

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