Salman Khan’s “Tiger 3” is on a roll at the Indian box office. The film which is the latest instalment in the YRF spy franchise, continued to dominate at the ticket windows, crossing the Rs 210 Crore mark within the first five days of release.
Directed by Maneesh Sharma, the high-budget action thriller, is all set to rake in the big bucks on its first Friday at the box office.After seeing a dip in numbers over the working weekdays, the film’s collections are reportedly set to rise this coming weekend.

According to Sacnilk.com, “Tiger 3” has accumulated an estimated Rs 0.06 Crore in net advance collections as per the morning update. Trade experts predict a rise in footfall over the day further boosting the film’s earnings to an estimated Rs 22.50 Crore.

This projection follows the film’s performance on Thursday, where it raked in Rs 18.27 Crore.
The film, crafted with a budget of approximately Rs 300 Crore, has not only recouped its investment but also emerged as a successful venture for its producers. However, keeping in mind the success of Shah Rukh Khan’s two back-to-back hits like ‘Jawan‘ and ‘Pathaan‘, the numbers are underwhelming.

On the global stage, “Tiger 3” has amassed an estimated Rs 270.55 Crore in worldwide collections, with the overseas market contributing Rs 68 Crore.

Starring Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Emraan Hashmi in lead roles, “Tiger 3”, directed by Maneesh Sharma, offers a launchpad for the next ‘WAR’ instalment starring Hrithik Roshan and Jr NTR in lead roles. The film will be directed by Ayan Mukerji, who is known for his work on ‘Brahmastra’.
Salman will return as Tiger opposite Shah Rukh in the upcoming film ‘Tiger VS Pathaan’ which is also another instalment in the YRF spy universe.
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