Nonetheless, while all of this is for the future, the fact remains that Tiger Zinda Hai has turned out to be a good success for Bollywood at the end of the year. The highly awaited Jab Harry Met Sejal and Tubelight were supposed to bring in the big numbers but failed to work at BO.
The movie has now crossed Rs 100 crore nett box office collection at the domestic market in just three days. The highest grossing movie of the year is Baahubali: The Conclusion, with more than 12000 crores in earning from worldwide cinemas. The film has not only broken records of 2017, it has also trampled some of Khan's previous ones. Interestingly, Tiger Zinda Hai has become Khan's twelfth film to enter the Rs 100 crore mark, which is another record set the film by its collections.
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53 crore on Sunday, taking its earnings over the opening weekend to Rs 114. On its fourth day, it made a big business of Rs 36.54 crore, given that Monday (December 25) was a holiday.
Director Ali Abbas Zafar's Tiger Zinda Hai couldn't continue the magic it created on Sunday, when it earned a mammoth Rs45.50 crore.
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Made on a budget of Rs 150 crore, including advertising and publicity, Tiger Zinda Hai released in 4,600 screens in India and 1,100 screens overseas.
For example, Irrfan Khan-starrer Hindi Medium was made at a budget of Rs 23 crore and was declared a hit with Rs 63 crore in its kitty. The film released on 5700 screens, out of which 4600 screens are in India and the rest are overseas.
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