Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Tiger 3 is scripting its success story at the box office. The film has emerged as a huge Diwali blockbuster!
On its opening day of Sunday, Tiger 3 scored Rs 44.5 crore and went on to earn Rs 59.25 crore on Monday and Rs 44.3 crore on Tuesday. The film recorded a huge dip on Wednesday and earned Rs 21.1 crore and the numbers further dipped on Thursday to Rs 18.50 crore, reports Sacnilk.The film now stands at a total of Rs 187.65 crore in five days.
Directed by Maneesh Sharma, ‘Tiger 3’ is the third film in the ‘Tiger’ franchise after ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ (2017) and ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ (2012). Fans of Salman Khan have hailed the action in this entertainer. Speaking about the same, director Maneesh Sharma shared, “When we were making this film we had one thing in mind – scale. We have used so many tanks, choppers, guns, ballistic missile bazookas, lacs of bullets and more in a single action sequence. While enjoying this bombastic Tiger moment we strove to use weapons used by elite armies of the world. So it’s crazy and big and fantastic but it’s also very real.” The director added, “We wanted to make action sequences that people can’t stop talking about. When you see what Salman Khan aka Tiger is up against I think you’ll understand just how high our ambitions were for the action!”
‘Tiger 3’ is the fifth film from the YRF spy universe and continues the narrative after Tiger Zinda Hai (2017), War (2019) and Pathaan (2023).

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