Salman Khan’s latest action-packed thriller, ‘Tiger 3’, has been a roaring success at the Indian box office, crossing the milestone of Rs 200 crore within just six days of its release. Despite its triumphant start with a staggering Rs 44.5 crore on the opening day, the film faces a potential setback in collections due to the highly anticipated World Cup Final on Sunday.
The film, directed by Maneesh Sharma and produced by Yash Raj Films (YRF), stars Salman Khan in the lead as Tiger, alongside Katrina Kaif’s Zoya. While the film has been on a winning streak at the box office, Khan acknowledged the impact of the Cricket World Cup Final on the film’s collection for Sunday, Day 8.

The actor optimistically stated, “India has been winning, so in that perspective, our collections are very good.”

Acknowledging that there may be a dip in numbers because of tomorrow’s big match, Salman added, “Abhi Inshallah, kal India jeet jayegi, aur uske baad, aap sab wapas theatres mein (Hopefully, India will win tomorrow, and after that, you all can return to the theatres).”
According to reports on Sacnilk.com, ‘Tiger 3’ has already amassed an impressive net collection of Rs 200.65 crore in India alone. This comes after early estimates suggested that the movie earned Rs 13 crore on Friday.

‘Tiger 3,’ positioned as a sequel to the 2017 film ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ and set after the events of ‘Pathaan’, follows Salman Khan’s eponymous spy character as he races against time to save his family and country in the expansive YRF Spy Universe.
The film also starred Emraan Hashmi as the main villain in the story and featured Shah Rukh Khan in a cameo. The movie also set the ball rolling for the next instalment of the WAR franchise led by Hrithik Roshan. The sequel will star south superstar JR NTR, reportedly as the biggest villain in the franchise.

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