Salman Khan starrer Tiger Zinda Hai CROSSES Rs 200 cr, becomes second highest grosser of 2017 after Baahubali 2

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Salman Khan is back with a bang with Tiger Zinda Hai. The action-thriller which was released on November 22 has received a massive response at the box office.

The much-awaited movie which is the sequel to ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ is creating new records with every passing day. The Ali Abbas Zafar directorial raked in Rs. 100 crore within the first three days of release.

Trade pundits were expecting a blockbuster show from the movie and Salman Khan didn’t disappoint. The movie which also stars Katrina Kaif has minted big moolah at the box office in seven days, thereby crossing the Rs. 200 crore mark.

The action flick has emerged as the second highest grosser of 2017 after ‘Baahubali-The Conclusion’.  Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to share the box office collection of the movie.

#TigerZindaHai biz at a glance...Crossed ₹ 50 cr: Day 2Crossed ₹ 100 cr: Day 3Crossed ₹ 150 cr: Day 4Crossed ₹ 200 cr: Day 7India biz. #TZH

— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 29, 2017

And #TZH hits a DOUBLE CENTURY... #TigerZindaHai is on 🔥🔥🔥... Emerges an OUTRIGHT WINNER... Now eyes ₹ 300 cr Club... Fri 34.10 cr, Sat 35.30 cr, Sun 45.53 cr, Mon 36.54 cr, Tue 21.60 cr, Wed 17.55 cr, Thu 15.42 cr. Total: ₹ 206.04 cr. India biz.

— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 29, 2017

#TZH crosses *lifetime biz* of #GolmaalAgain [₹ 205.67 cr] - the second highest grosser of 2017 - in 7 days... #TZH crosses *lifetime biz* of #EkThaTiger [₹ 198.78 cr] in 7 days... #TigerZindaHai is now SECOND HIGHEST GROSSER of 2017, after #Baahubali2.

— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) December 29, 2017

Indeed, Tiger Zinda Hai was a Christmas treat for all the fans of Salman Khan who can’t stop gushing over his terrific performance. The sizzling chemistry of Salman and Katrina is simply like cherry on the cake.

We wouldn’t be surprised if the movie manages to create more records at the box office in the next few days

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