However, majority of those records have been quashed by the Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer and that too in just 13 days flat.
If second Tuesday collections are considered, the flick earned around Rs 7 crore, which is really good.
After the super success of the movie, Salman Khan thanked his fans and told a news agency, "I thank my fans and audiences for showering so much love on Tiger Zinda Hai". It is also expected to surpass Salman Khan's highest grossing movie, Bajrangi Bhaijaan. It can rightly be recalled that Tiger Zinda Hai is the sequel of his film Ek Tha Tiger, which was also a major hit at the ticket window in 2012.
Many trade pundits firmly believe, this film will cross the Rs 300 crore benchmark and bring the film business back on tracks.
Salman Khan's mega action entertainer has emerged as the biggest Bollywood blockbuster of the year after having amassed 272.79 crore nett. The movie easily crossed Rs 100 crore at the box office on the first weekend of its release.
Another selling point of the film that made headlines and enthused viewers was the action scenes of Bollywood beauty Katrina Kaif. The spy thriller, which opened on a great note at the ticket windows, is inching towards Rs 300-crore club.
Indeed, the "Tiger" is unstoppable' and will continue to break more records. TZH saw them reprise their roles of RAW and ISI agents Tiger and Zoya respectively.
Meanwhile, director Ali Abbas Zafar is now waiting for Tiger Zinda Hai to go past the lifetime total of his own Sultan [301.50 crore].
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