Salman Khan’s ‘Tiger 3’, which set the cash registers ringing at the box office on the first day of its release, has entered the Rs 300 crore club at the global box office within six days of its release.
According to an official press note from the film’s team, Tiger 3 has raked in an impressive ₹229 crore in gross collections (₹188.25 crore nett) within India. The movie also performed well on the global stage, earning ₹71 crore in gross collections (equivalent to $8.50 million).As of now, the film’s total worldwide earnings stand at a remarkable ₹300 crore in gross collections. The substantial success of Tiger 3 showcases its widespread popularity and box office prowess.

The film has reportedly collected Rs 188.25 crore nett in India within six days of its release. On day one, the film minted Rs 44.50 crore, on day two Rs 59.25 crore, on day three Rs 44.75 crore, on day four Rs 21.25 crore, and on day five Rs 18.50 crore.

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Tiger 3 features Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, and Emraan Hashmi in pivotal roles, marking the third installment of the popular Tiger franchise. Notably, the film is part of the YRF Spy Universe, alongside other blockbusters like War and Pathaan. Adding to the excitement, Tiger 3 includes cameo appearances by Shah Rukh Khan and a post-credit scene featuring Hrithik Roshan, further connecting and expanding the narrative within this cinematic universe. With a star-studded cast and intriguing connections to other successful films, Tiger 3 promises an immersive and interconnected viewing experience for fans.

The first part Ek Tha Tiger, which came out in 2012, was directed by Kabir Khan. In 2017, the franchise expanded with Tiger Zinda Hai. The second part was directed by Ali Abbas Zafar.

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