Tiger Zinda Hai witnessed its first working day collection on January 2 and it showed a smashing performance with collections of Rs 7.83 crore. According to experts if things get back to normal in Mumbai then the film would come back on track and continue to grow.
Salman Khan's latest release Tiger Zinda Hai is running high on success even on the second week. All eyes are now set on Tiger Zinda Hai's lifetime collections which can easily surpass Salman's previous records of Bajrangi Bhaijaan (Rs 320.34 cr) and Sultan (Rs 300.45) respectively.
Till now, only five Bollywood movies have grossed 500 crores worldwide.
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Yesterday, the film passed the Rs 250 crore mark and ended up minting Rs 272 crore by the end of its 11th-day run.
Another selling point of the film that made headlines and enthused viewers was the action scenes of Bollywood beauty Katrina Kaif. However, this does not mean the film has lost its chances of being Salman's highest grosser ever.
The flick is on a roll at the box office as it earned Rs 190-crore in just six days.
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The superstar praised his co-star Katrina and said, "Tiger Zinda Hai has done well all because of one reason, that is Katrina Kaif". And he was none other than Ali Abbas Zafar ( Tiger Zinda Hai's director). Both the actors reprised their characters of spy agents Zoya and Tiger from the 2012 blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger.
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