‘Tiger 3’ Day 1 Box Office Collection Prediction; Salman-Katrina Starrer to Earn a staggering Rs 100 cr

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The much-anticipated action thriller “Tiger 3”, starring Bollywood superstar Salman Khan, is expected to have a grand opening, with trade experts predicting a Rs 100 crore global box office collection on day one.

“Tiger 3” will be released worldwide in theaters on November 12, 2023.

The film, directed by Maneesh Sharma, is the third installment in the Tiger franchise and marks the return of Khan as the titular Indian spy. Katrina Kaif reprises her role as Zoya, Tiger’s love interest, while Emraan Hashmi joins the cast as the antagonist.

The film also stars Shahrukh Khan in a cameo appearance like how Salman Khan appeared in “Pathaan”.

Advance booking

The advance bookings for Tiger 3 have been strong, with fans eagerly awaiting the film’s release. Trade analyst Girish Johar expects the film to have a “very good start at the box office, probably the highest for Salman Khan.”

“It is a solo release and has a lot of buzz around it,” Johar added.

Another trade analyst, Amod Mehra, predicts that Tiger 3 will “break all records and set new benchmarks for the Hindi film industry.”

“Salman Khan is a huge star and has a massive fan following,” Mehra said. “The Tiger franchise is also very popular, and I am confident that the film will do very well at the box office.”

The film’s release comes at a time when the Hindi film industry is struggling to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. However, trade experts are optimistic that Tiger 3 will provide a much-needed boost to the industry.

“Tiger 3 has the potential to be a blockbuster,” Johar said. “It is a big-budget, action-packed film that will appeal to a wide audience.”

Mehra added that the film’s success would be a “huge morale booster” for the industry.

“If Tiger 3 does well, it will show that the industry is back on its feet and that audiences are ready to come back to the theaters,” Mehra said.