Tiger Zinda Hai 19th Day Collection, Still Heading Decently across India

Ali Abbas Zafar’s directorial Tiger Zinda Hai has crossed the mark of 310 crores in 18 days of release. Being superstar Salman Khan’s highly awaited movie, it was released with immense excitement of fans and as expected received overwhelmed response from audience.  With the latest figures, Ali Abbas Zafar’s Tiger Zinda Hai became Salman’s second highest grosser.

Tiger Zinda Hai 19th Day Collection, Still Heading Decently across India

Yash Raj Films’ Sultan comes a close third with Rs 300.45 crore. Tiger Zinda Hai is likely to surpass the collections of Bajrangi Bhaijaan (Rs 320.34 crore) soon. It is also the third Salman Khan film to enter Rs 300-crore-club. Tiger Zinda Hai reunited Katrina and Salman in a sequel to their 2012 hit, Ek Tha Tiger. While Katrina plays a Pakistani spy, Salman essayed the role of an Indian spy in both the films.

In the opening week, Tiger Zinda Hai reported outstanding performance on box office and did the phenomenal business of 206.04 crores with 114.93 crores of weekend and 91.11 crores of weekdays. In its second week too, the movie remained excellent and raked the business of 85.50 crores including 48.71 crores of weekend and 36.79 crores of weekdays.

Now it is running in its third week and scored 17.16 crores in the third weekend including 3.72 crores of Friday, 5.62 crores of Saturday and 8.27 crores of Sunday. After 17 days of release, total domestic collection of Tiger Zinda Hai was recorded as 309.16 crores in weekdays from 3500 screens nationwide.

Now once again, the movie is in weekdays and getting lesser audience in theaters than before but still has good hold. On third Monday, Salman Khan starrer faced almost 26% of drop than Friday and added the amount of 2.72 crores to its account. Then on the next day i.e. Tuesday, with slight more drop it has minted 2.56 crores and made its 19 days total as 314.44 crores domestically.

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