Tiger 3 box office collection day 11: Salman Khan’s action film trails Hrithik Roshan’s War by Rs 75 crore | Bollywood News


Salman Khan‘s Tiger 3 might be his biggest hit in six years, but it’s still being seen as an under-performer considering its massive budget and expectations. On its 11th day of release, the film made Rs 5.7 crore across all languages in India, registering another marginal day-to-day drop. In total, Tiger 3 has made Rs 249 crore domestically, according to industry tracker Sacnilk.

Produced for a reported Rs 300 crore, the film had a large opening on Diwali, which happened to be a Sunday. It made Rs 44 crore, and seemed to be doing just fine until Bhai Dooj a couple of days later. But since then, it has struggled to maintain a steady pace at the box office, and was further hurt by Team India’s progress at the 2023 Men’s Cricket World Cup. The film’s daily collections dropped below the Rs 20 crore mark by day five, and below the Rs 10 crore mark by day nine.

Expectations were considerable going into release, especially since the cat was out of the bag about Shah Rukh Khan’s cameo. SRK reprised his role as Pathaan in Tiger 3, which is the fifth installment in YRF’s Spy Universe. Pathaan made Rs 1000 crore globally, and Tiger 3’s global gross only recently crossed the Rs 400 crore mark. While it’s no longer the lowest-grossing movie of the shared universe, having recently overtaken Ek Tha Tiger’s Rs 335 crore lifetime haul. Tiger Zinda Hai, Salman’s last outright hit, made Rs 565 crore worldwide, while the Hrithik Roshan-starrer War made Rs 475 crore.

On day 11 of release, Tiger 3 reported a nationwide Hindi-language occupancy of 11%. The dubbed Tamil and Telugu versions have all but disappeared from circulation. The movie hasn’t had any real competition at the box office so far, and will likely be overwhelmed on December 1, when Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal and the Vicky Kaushal period drama Sam Bahadur are released in theatres.

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