The film saw a stunning growth at the box office consistently. 200 crore and counting.
The movie, which is a sequel to Kabir Khan's Ek Tha Tiger, was released on 4500 screens in India. "India biz", he said. Besides this, Tiger Zinda Hai has a gripping plot and the storyline is fast paced. As per trade analysts, the film could possibly eye Rs 300 crore, which doesn't seem to be unattainable at this point. In fact, it is only a few crores behind Baahubali 2, which holds the highest all-time single day collection ever, with a single day collection of Rs Rs 46 plus crore. According to a report on BoxOfficeIndia.com, "Tiger Zinda Hai" earned approximately Rs 15 crore on Day 7, thus taking its overall collection to an estimated Rs 206 crore. And while Salman and Katrina are garnering vast praise for their performance in the film, Sajjad Delafrooz, who plays the dreaded terrorist Abu Usman, is also being appreciated for his brilliant performance. "#TigerZindaHai is now SECOND HIGHEST GROSSER of 2017, after #Baahubali2".
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Interestingly, the film has not just performed well in the Indian markets but has also done well internationally by earning Rs 54.79 crore in the first weekend.
Previously, at an event, the 52-year-old actor praised his co-star Katrina, saying that this movie is her best work and director Ali Abbas Zafar has done an incredible job as the film would be a surprise for viewers. His latest release Tiger Zinda Hai overtook the lifetime collection of one of the biggest success stories of 2017 (Golmaal Again) in - wait for it - seven days.