With the collection of ₹ 5.62 Crore on Saturday (3rd Weekend), Tiger Zinda Hai enters into the 300 Crore club in India and crossed 500 Crore gross worldwide in just 16 days of its release. It is the first 300 Crore club movie for Katrina Kaif and third movie for Salman Khan after Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) and Sultan (2016) and with this Salman becomes the only actor in India who has three 300 Crore club movies. The film has also emerged as the only Bollywood release of this year to enter the 300 Crore Club at the box office.

It becomes the fifth Bollywood film to enter into this zone, after Dangal, PK, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Sultan. While Aamir Khan has two of these to his name, Salman Khan is now on top with three entries. This year would be more exciting now for the fans as both Salman and Aamir have Race 3 and Thugs of Hindostan lined up.

Have a look on the highest grossing films in India :

1 Baahubali2 (Hindi dubbed – 2017) ₹ 510.98 Crore
2 Dangal (2016) ₹ 387.38 Crore
3 PK (2014) ₹ 340.80 Crore
4 Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015) ₹ 320.34 Crore
5 Tiger Zinda Hai (2017) ₹ 300.89 Crore
6 Sultan (2016) ₹ 300.45 Crore

Tiger Zinda Hai is now Yash Raj’s highest grosser so far, brining down Sultan at second position, Dhoom3 at three, Ek Tha Tiger at four and Jab Tak Hai Jaan at the fifth position. This is remarkable as Tiger Zinda Hai is in its third week and still fans are going to watch to the film in theaters, no matter whether the film has got the mixed reviews from critics, the word of mouth is always strong from Salman’s fan.

Day wise Domestic Collection :

Day 1 – ₹ 34.10 Crore
Day 2 – ₹ 35.30 Crore   [Crossed ₹ 50 Crore on  2nd Day]
Day 3 – ₹ 45.53 Crore   [Crossed ₹ 100 Crore on 3rd Day]
Day 4 – ₹ 36.54 Crore   [Crossed ₹ 150 Crore on 4th Day]
Day 5 – ₹ 21.60 Crore
Day 6 – ₹ 17.55 Crore
Day 7 – ₹ 15.42 Crore   [Crossed ₹ 200 Crore on 7th Day]
Day 8 – ₹ 11.56 Crore
Day 9 – ₹ 14.92 Crore
Day 10 – ₹ 22.23 Crore [Crossed ₹ 250 Crore on 10th Day]
Day 11 – ₹ 18.04 Crore
Day 12 – ₹ 7.83 Crore
Day 13 – ₹ 5.84 Crore
Day 14 – ₹ 5.09 Crore
Day 15 – ₹ 3.72 Crore
Day 16 – ₹ 5.62 Crore    [Crossed ₹ 300 Crore on 16th Day]

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the film marks the second installment of the Tiger franchise after the 2012 Blockbuster film Ek Tha Tiger. The movie got released in 5700 screens worldwide which includes 4600 screens in India & 1100 in Overseas. This Action thriller film is estimated to be made on a budget of ₹ 150 Crore which includes the Production cost of 130 Crore and Prints & Advertising Cost of 20 Crore.

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