'Tiger Zinda Hai' set to beat 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' at domestic box-office!

Joann Johnston
January 13, 2018

The film is expected to achieve this feat by today or tomorrow at the box office.

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's Tiger Zinda Hai 'continued its victory march' in week 3 at the box office and stands strong with a total of Rs. 318.86 crore, tweeted trade analyst Taran Adarsh. On Friday, the film made 3.72 crore, Saturday 5.62 crore, Sunday 8.27 crore, Monday 2.72 crore, Tuesday 2.56 crore, Wednesday 2.30 crore, Thursday 2.12 crore and Total: "Rs. 318.86 crore", Mr Adarsh added. For those who have seen the film, they might have surely noticed Anjana in the film as a reporter. Interestingly, it is Salman's third 300 cr film. Salman's reply to her question was very interesting.

So, all this means that Tiger Zinda Hai will not only become the highest grosser for Salman, but will also set a new benchmark among the past bollywood films.

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On this Salman laughed and replied, "The starting of the film was so handsome that film had to be successful". The actor feels that his fans love his "hero" image and that's the reason for Tiger Zinda Hai's box-office success, whereas the fact that he played a different kind of character in Tubelight didn't bode too well with the masses.

To this Salman said, "Even I don't know which character suits me the most, as I try to get my character gets change".

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