Katrina Kaif, Salman Khan and Emraan Hashmi starrer ‘Tiger 3’ is getting a lot of love from the audience. The film is also roaring at the box office. While fans are loving the larger-than-life feel, Salman’s aura and Katrina also pulling off some action in the movie, what is a big compliment for Kat is appreciation from her father-in-law Sham Kaushal.
Sham Kaushal is one of the greatest action directors of Hindi cinema and Katrina revealed his reaction to the film in an interview recently.The actress told India Today that the love and support she’s getting from her family is very special. She was the happiest to hear praise from her father-in-law. To hear from an action director like him, that ‘you’ve made me proud, you do action so well,’ was the most special for Katrina.
She also revealed Vicky Kaushal’s reaction to the movie. Katrina said that he loved the film and felt that Zoya’s character was very well portrayed. The character had a good graph, and that was interesting. Apart from her family’s love, Katrina is grateful for the love that she’s getting from fans for the mvovie and her character Zoya.
‘Tiger 3’ has made around Rs 188 crore nett at the domestic box office and continues to rule at the box office. Meanwhile, the collection included the overseas box office is around Rs 300 crore gross.
The film saw a slight dip in the business during the weekdays but holded well on Thursday due to ‘bhau beej’ holiday.

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