Tiger 3: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s latest entry in the Tiger franchise has made a substantial amount of money at the ticket windows on its first day at the global box office. At the global box office, the movie brought in ₹94 crore, according to data released by the production company Yash Raj Pictures. (Also read: Tiger 3 movie review: An uneven but entertaining actioner that underuses Salman Khan’s stardom)
Tiger 3 was dubbed the “highest-grossing overseas opening day (including paid previews) in the history of Hindi cinema” and the “highest-grossing Diwali day in the history of Hindi cinema,” according to a poster released by YRF. The movie brought in ₹44 crore nett (₹52 crore gross) in India and ₹41 crore (₹51 million) in overseas sales. bringing the overall gross to ₹94 crore.
Taran Adarsh, a film trade analyst, had earlier tweeted that Salman Khan’s biggest career opener was Tiger 3. “DAY 1 biz (business) – TIGER 3 IS SALMAN KHAN’S BIGGEST OPENER EVER… TOP 5 OPENERS… At ₹43 crore, Tiger 3. India: ₹42.30 billion. ₹40.35 crore is Prem Ratan Dhan Payo. Sultan: 36.54 million. ₹34.10 crore India biz nett for Tiger Zinda Hai,” he wrote.
Along with characters like War and Pathaan, Tiger 3 is the third entry in the Tiger franchise and a part of the YRF Spy Universe. Emraan Hashmi is also a star in the movie. Surprisingly, it also features brief cameos from Hrithik Roshan’s spy Kabir from War and Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan. As per reports, Krrish 3, starring Hrithik Roshan, was the movie that had previously amassed the highest Diwali day collection. The third day of the superhero movie, Diwali day, brought in ₹15 crore.
Following the ₹42.30 crore opening for the 2019 film Bharat, Tiger 3 has become Khan’s highest-grossing opening. Maneesh Sharma is the director of the picture. Similar to its two earlier parts, Tiger Zinda Hai and Ek Tha Tiger, the movie centers on a new mission involving ISI agent Zoya (Katrina Kaif) and RA&W agent Tiger (Salman). Kabir Khan directed the first installment, Ek Tha Tiger, which was released in 2012. With Tiger Zinda Hai, the franchise expanded in 2017. Ali Abbas Zafar directed the second section.
In a Variety interview conducted before the movie’s release, Salman recalled the hardest part of shooting Tiger 3. He revealed, “It seems like the bike-chasing scene was the hardest! In an exclusive interview with Variety, he stated, “It was a big block of the shoot and it had to be impactful, so Maneesh [director Maneesh Sharma] and I discussed this at length and then collectively we all worked towards achieving this.”
The actor went on to say, “I really enjoyed filming in Cappadocia for Leke Prabhu Ka Naam. It is a dance song that I really enjoy. Like Prabhu Ka Naam is the newest song to be added to Katrina and my list of popular songs that have delighted listeners all over the world.” He said to Variety that “audiences have a connection with Tiger, they have followed his journey, they feel a connection with the characters, and this time around the film is more personal, more emotional,” in response to a question about what to expect from his movie. Additionally, since it opens on Diwali, we hope that viewers will take in the fireworks on the big screen and enjoy this performer in theaters with their families.
“I really enjoyed filming in Cappadocia for Leke Prabhu Ka Naam,” the actor continued. I am really into this dance song. The most recent song to be added to Katrina and my list of well-known songs that have thrilled listeners worldwide is Leke Prabhu Ka Naam.” When asked what to expect from his film, he told Variety that “audiences have a connection with Tiger, they have followed his journey, they feel a connection with the characters, and this time around the film is more personal, more emotional.” Furthermore, we hope that because it opens on Diwali, audiences will enjoy the fireworks on the big screen and these performers in theaters with their