Despite facing a slight dip in the box office collections owing to the India vs Australia World Cup final, Salman Khan starrer ‘Tiger 3’ grossed Rs 19 crore worldwide on Sunday.
According to the makers of the film, ‘Tiger 3’ has grossed Rs 280 crore in India since release. The film grossed another Rs 96 crore overseas, so far, taking its worldwide numbers to Rs 376 crore gross in eight days.

As of November 20, Tiger 3, the spy thriller directed by Maneesh Sharma and produced by Yash Raj Films (YRF), has amassed Rs 230 crore nett in India within eight days of its release.

The film’s worldwide gross, according to YRF, has reached Rs 376 crore ($45.3 million) after eight days. On Sunday alone, the film earned Rs 19 crore, combining both India and overseas box office figures.

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On the same day as the World Cup 2023 final between India and Australia in Ahmedabad, the spy film Tiger 3 raked in Rs 10.25 crore nett in Hindi and Rs 25 lakh in the dubbed versions (Tamil and Telugu), bringing its total earnings on day 8 to Rs 10.25 crore nett in India. Tiger 3 had initially opened at Rs 44.5 crore nett in India across all languages on Diwali. Its highest day-wise collection, to date, was Rs 59.25 crore nett in India across all languages on its first Monday.

Directed by Maneesh Sharma, the much-awaited third instalment of the popular franchise also starred Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi. The makers had also roped in Shah Rukh Khan for a special cameo. The film was released on the auspicious occasion of Diwali earlier this month.

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