Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s Tiger Zinda Hai has gone on a record breaking run at the box office ever since it released on December 22. Be it the domestic ticket window or the international market, the film has performed phenomenally well at the box office. And after breaking several records, looks like the film has now also entered the Rs 400 crore club in the worldwide market, that too in just 10 days. As popular trade analyst Girish Johar revealed about the film’s domestic and international exploits on Twitter, “#TigerZindaHai zooooms past Rs 250 crore nett in domestic and Rs 400 crore gross globally 10 days! @BeingSalmanKhan @yrf #KatrinaKaif.”
For those of you who don’t know, Tiger Zinda Hai has raked in a gross collection of Rs 350 crore (Rs 254 crore nett) in the domestic box office, while it has raked in more than Rs 50 crore (gross) in the overseas market in the first ten days. With that, the worldwide collections of Tiger Zinda Hai has crossed the Rs 400 crore mark, which is fantastic to say the least. Achieving such a feat in 10 days itself is something only Salman Khan or a Shah Rukh Khan film can do. What do you guys have to say about Tiger Zinda Hai’s box office run? Share with us your thoughts in the comments section below! (ALSO READ – Tiger Zinda Hai box office collection day 11: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s film nears the Rs 275 crore mark, according to early estimates)
Salman and Katrina’s Tiger Zinda Hai, directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, is the sequel to the hit 2012 film Ek Tha Tiger. Revolving around a real life story about two spies on a mission to save 25 nurses captured by a group of International terrorists, the film has impressed one and all. The fantastic buzz, intense action, crackling romance, good content, perfect execution and tremendous word of mouth publicity helped the film to sustain and grow at the box office. Anyway, stay then to BollywoodLife as we get you all the dope and updates about Tiger Zinda Hai right here.
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