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‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ Box Office estimates: Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer to collect Rs 30-35 crore on Day 1?

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‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ Box Office estimates: Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer to collect Rs 30-35 crore on Day 1? – Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer much awaited release Tiger Zinda Hai hits the theatres today. The movie, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar is a sequel to Kabir Khan’s bockbuster Ek Tha Tiger. The movie-goers and Salman’s fans have a lot of expectations from Tiger Zinda Hai as the film brings back the jodi of Salman and Katrina on the silver screens after five years.

Going by the advance bookings for Tiger Zinda Hai, looks like the movie should manage to rake in a total of approx Rs 30-35 crore on day one of its release. Ever since the advance bookings opened on Sunday, the film recorded a sharp increase in the number of bookings.

Going by the current trends, the film’s trailer and songs have generated enough buzz to pull the fans to the theatres on day one. The collections from day two onwards will depend on the reviews and word of mouth of the audience as well.

Trade pundits are of the opinion that Tiger Zinda Hai will get the added advantage of the festive season as it’ll get an extended beneficial run at the ticket windows owing to Christmas holiday on Monday. The movie is all the more crucial for Salman as his last outing Tubelight failed to impress both the audience and the critics alike.

The real test of the film will be on Tuesday and Wednesday onwards. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shares that the film will hit about 4600 screens across India and 1100 screens overseas. This makes the total screen count to be 5700.

The total cost of production and advertising of the film comes out to be approx Rs 150 crore. Going by the trend of advance booking, the film should manage to gross the Rs 100 crore mark by the end of the first week. Watch this space…

‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ Box Office estimates: Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif starrer to collect Rs 30-35 crore on Day 1?

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