Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer ‘Tiger 3’ which released on November 12, has enjoyed a good hold at the box office over the week. The film had released on the occasion of Diwali but is facing a strong competition from the World Cup 2023 matches and that could be the reason the numbers being slightly less.
However, the film has done well on its first Saturday (day 7) and garnered Rs 17 crore.This makes ‘Tiger 3’ cross the Rs 200 crore mark as it has made Rs 217 crores nett so far at the domestic box office, as per Sacnilk. This has led to making ‘Tiger 3’ the fourth highest grossing Bollywood movie in terms of its 7-day in 2023. ‘Tiger 3’ has now become the 34th film to ever enter the 200-crore club and Saturday’s collection will make it the 27th biggest Hindi nett grosser of all times.
The film still has scope to make Rs 300 crore, however, the collections might get affected on Sunday due to the World Cup Finals. The actors have now begun doing post-release interviews and promotions for the movie and this should lead to positive word of mouth as well among the audience. Though, the Sunday and upcoming week numbers will remain crucial for the movie!
At an event recently, Salman had spoken about ‘Tiger 3’s box office getting affected by the World Cup 2023. He said, “Har game India jeeti hai and us dauran hum aaye toh jo humare collections hai woh bhaut hi ache hai. India ab (World Cup) jeet jaegi aur uske baad aap sab wapas theatres mein (India won all matches so far and during the ongoing World Cup, we came up with Tiger 3. Our film drew good collections. Now India will win the World Cup and you all will return to theatres).”
‘Tiger 3’ also stars Emraan Hashmi in a pivotal role.

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