The much-awaited action thriller Tiger 3, starring Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif, released on Diwali festival, 12th November. The film, directed by Maneesh Sharma, is the third installment of the popular Tiger franchise, which revolves around the adventures of a spy couple played by Salman and Katrina.
Tiger 3 was expected to be a big hit at the box office, as it promised to deliver high-octane action sequences, exotic locations, and a gripping plot but it remained below par. The film also features Emraan Hashmi as the main antagonist, who plays a ruthless terrorist leader.
Tiger 3 Had Good Weekend But Far Behind SRK starters Pathaan And Jawan
Salman Khan’s Tiger 3 released on Diwali and makers YRF is confident enough to pull of biggest hit. Film has taken a very good start at box office on day one though Diwali festivities did hit the film from 4-5 pm onwards. Also there was India’s World Cup match which affected the collections from evening onwards.
Still film surpassed almost all expectations and collected 44.50 cr nett (43 cr Hindi, 1.50 cr Dubbed). This was 3rd biggest opening for YRF’s Spy Universe behind Pathaan and War and highest ever opening day for Salman Khan. It’s also 3rd biggest opening of the year behind SRK’s Jawan and Pathaan.
Film needs massive Monday and Tuesday to justify its stardom and franchise value. Film collected 59.25 cr nett (58 cr Hindi) on day two which was good result. Film scores highest Monday ever and 3rd film to score century in two days. This was very good number but still behind record numbers of Shah Rukh Khan starrers Pathaan and Jawan.
Tuesday morning on day 3, Tiger 3 dropped big by 40% and struggling to cross day 1 number in national chains as per trends at 10:30 am and 12:30 pm. Film grew from evening onwards and collected 44.75 cr nett on day 4.
Film collected 148.50 cr nett over weekend in India which is 3rd best behind Jawan (286.16 cr) and Pathaan (280.75 cr) but slightly higher than Gadar 2(134.88 cr).
Tiger 3 Met It’s Fate On 2nd Monday With Terrible Drop
On day 4, film was expected to drop due to big India World Cup Semi Final match and it dropped big! Film has dropped by 55% and even with growth in evening, it collected below par 21.25 cr nett. On day 5, film was expected to grow big but film dropped from day 4 and collected 18.50 cr nett.
Film shockingly dropped even further on day 6 Friday and will collect around 13.25 cr nett. On day 7, as expected film grew by only 40% and collected 18.75 cr nett. Despite no cricket match, film did not grow much on Saturday. Film dropped on 2nd Sunday and collected 10.50 cr nett due to World Cup final.
Film met its fate on 2nd Monday and dropped to 7 cr nett only. Film will add 15 cr nett in next 3 days and then next weekend will be last chapter of this disappointment.
Film will cross 231 cr nett Hindi (237.85 cr nett all languages) in 9 days. 500 cr, 400 cr domestic nett was out of the window and now 300 cr nett is looks tough too. Now this is massive setback to YRF’s Spy Universe and Salman Khan’s box office clout!
Following are national chain numbers for the film:
Sunday Nett @ 12.30 pm / 6 pm / Full Day
PVR + Inox 8.75 cr / 11.60 cr / 13.85 cr
Cinepolis 2.10 cr / 3 cr / 3.50 cr
Total 10.85 cr / 14.60 cr / 17.35 cr
Monday Nett @ 9 am / 1:30 pm / 9:30 pm / Full Day
PVR + Inox 6.40 / 10 cr / 17.75 cr / 18.90 cr
Cinepolis 1.50 / 2.75 cr / 4.65 cr / 4.95 cr
Total 7.90 cr / 12.75 cr / 22.40 cr / 23.85 cr
Tuesday Nett @ 10:30 am / 12:30 pm / Full Day
PVR + Inox 4 cr / 5.40 cr / 13 cr
Cinepolis 1 cr / 1.35 cr / 3.40 cr
Total 5 cr / 6.75 cr / 16.40 cr
Wednesday Nett @ 2 pm / Full Day
PVR + Inox 2.76 / 5.40 cr
Cinepolis 0.71 cr / 1.50 cr
Total 3.47 cr / 6.90 cr
Thursday Nett @ 2 pm / Full Day
PVR + Inox 2.50 / 4.95 cr
Cinepolis 0.65 cr / 1.27 cr
Total 3.15 cr / 6.22 cr
Friday Nett Full Day
PVR + Inox 4.25
Cinepolis 1 cr
Total 5.25 cr
Saturday Nett Full Day
PVR + Inox 6.24
Cinepolis 1.65 cr
Total 7.89 cr
Sunday Nett Full Day
PVR + Inox 2.55 cr
Cinepolis 0.65 cr
Total 3.20 cr
Monday Nett Full Day
PVR + Inox 2.20 cr
Cinepolis 0.40 cr
Total 2.60 cr
Following are the collections for the film:
Sunday: 44.50 cr (1.50 cr dubbed)
Monday: 59.25 cr (1.25 cr dubbed)
Tuesday: 44.75 cr (1.25 cr dubbed)
Wednesday: 21.25 cr (0.75 cr dubbed)
Thursday: 18.50 cr (0.50 cr dubbed)
Domestic Total: 188.25 cr (5.25 cr dubbed) (229 cr gross)
Friday: 13.25 cr (0.25 cr dubbed)
Saturday: 18.75 cr (0.50 cr dubbed)
Sunday: 10.50 cr (0.25 cr dubbed)
Monday: 7.35 cr (0.10 cr dubbed)
Domestic Total: 238.10 cr (6.35 cr dubbed) (290 cr gross)
Day 1: $2.2 Million (preview)
Day 2: $2.8 Million
Day 3: $1.5 Million
Day 4: $0.65 Million
Day 5: $0.75 Million
Day 6: $0.60 million
Day 7: $0.98 million
1st Week: $9.48 Million (79 cr)
Day 8: $1.22 million
Day 9: $0.81 million
Day 10: $0.34 million
Overseas Total: $11.85 Million (98 cr)
North America: USD 4,425,000
Middle East: USD 3,400,000
Australia: USD 800,000
New Zealand: USD 210,000
Nepal: USD 400,000 Approx
Malaysia: USD 240,000 Approx
Rest of Asia: USD 350,000
United Kingdom: USD 1,450,000
Europe: USD 575,000
Rest of World: USD 150,000
Day 1: 94 cr (including two day in overseas with preview)
Day 2: 82.40 cr
Day 3: 63.60 cr
Day 4: 31.50 cr
Day 5: 29 cr
Day 6: 24 cr
1st Week: $9.48 Million (79 cr)
Day 7: 33 cr
Day 8: 19 cr
Day 9: 12 cr
Worldwide Total: 388 cr ($46.75 million)
Tiger 3 Set To Finish Lower Than War And Tiger Zinda Hai
Salman Khan’s Tiger 3 is now kind of embarrassment for YRF’s spy universe. Film night finish under 300 cr nett lifetime which means lifetime total lower than War and Tiger Zinda Hai.
Tiger 3: 238.10 cr nett (9 days)
War (2019): 317.91 cr nett
Tiger Zinda Hai (2017): 339.16 cr nett
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