Tiger 3, starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, continues to make waves at the box office. The movie is defying expectations and leaving spectators on the edge of their seats. The film has seen a peculiar box office trajectory. Despite initial reservations, it is expected to reach the $36 million mark.
Tiger 3 is the latest addition to YRF’s Spy Universe, following the success of Ek Tha Tiger, Tiger Zinda Hai, War, and Pathaan. The movie promises an intense showdown between Salman Khan and Emraan Hashmi. It also includes cameo appearances by Bollywood heavyweights Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan, adding to the intrigue.
Tiger 3 Day 6 Advance Booking Collection: Salman Khan’s movie only sold 81,000+ tickets
As of the fifth day, Tiger 3 has accumulated a substantial total of $22 million, maintaining a consistent performance. However, it witnessed an unexpected drop in collections on the fifth day with only 81,000 tickets sold (excluding blocked seats). This raised eyebrows as it marked a significant decline of 59% compared to the previous day’s earnings.
Despite this setback, industry insiders remain optimistic, pointing to the historical trend of increased spot bookings during evening and night shows, especially during weekends. This trend has been observed during various occasions, including festivals and high-profile cricket matches. This trend suggests that the film’s fortunes might turn around during the crucial sixth day.
Tiger 3 has already etched its name in the record books. It has done so by surpassing the lifetime collections of several Bollywood blockbusters within its first four days. The film’s global appeal is evident in its impressive worldwide collections, boasting a staggering $28 million within just three days.
Fans and industry analysts alike are eagerly awaiting the weekend surge that could propel the film into new box-office heights. The unexpected twists and turns in the film’s journey continue to keep audiences captivated, proving that Tiger 3 is indeed a force to be reckoned with in the world of Bollywood blockbusters.