Salman Khan's 'Tiger Zinda Hai' makes Rs115 crore in opening weekend

Salman Khan's 'Tiger Zinda Hai' makes Rs115 crore in opening weekend

The film made Rs 45 crore on its third day, bringing its total collection to Rs 114.93 crore.

Interestingly, Salman Khan has three of his films in Top-5 while Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan have a film apiece.

Yash Raj Film's high octane entertainer, 'Tiger Zinda Hai' that boasts of never-seen-before action has taken the Box Office by storm.

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Tiger Zinda Hai has become Salman's 12th consecutive film to enter the 100-crore club, a feat which has not been achieved by any actor so far.

Tiger Zinda Hai has been doing exceptionally well at the box office as many regard this as a tribute to Bhai's stardom. Interestingly, the film has already beaten the records of the superstar's own earlier films like Sultan - that raked in a Rs 104 crore in its first three days and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo which earned a a little over Rs 100 crore in its first three days. East-West-North-South, the biz witnesses REMARKABLE growth...

Tiger Zindha Hai which is the biggest Bollywood film in Year-end, has been made with a budget of Rs 150 crore (cost of production - Rs 130 crore, prints and advertising - Rs 20 crore). The movie has grossed around 34.10 crores on its opening day while it reached up to Rs 35.30 crore on its second day of the release. Although it is more than Salman Khan's Tubelight and Sultan, it is still less than SS Rajamauli's epic blockbuster Bahubali: The Conclusion and Shahrukh Khan's Happy New Year. Metros and beyond metros, plexes and single screens - it's creating HAVOC... At Rs93.24 crore and 87.60 crore respectively, Shah Rukh Khan's Raees and Rohit Shetty-directed Golmaal Again too had good opening weekends this year.

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