Tiger 3 box office day 5: Despite the World Cup craze, Salman Khan's film is inching towards Rs 300 crore worldwide

    The Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Tiger 3 is moving towards the Rs 300 crore mark worldwide.

    A still from Tiger 3

    A still from Tiger 3

    The Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer espionage flick Tiger 3 is still raging a storm at the box office. Despite the ongoing World Cup craze, there is no slowing down for the movie which is inching towards the Rs 300 crore mark worldwide. The movie has been directed by Maneesh Sharma.

    According to a news report in India Today, the movie has managed to earn Rs 187 crore in India till now. The report further added that the film had witnessed a slight dip and earned Rs 18.50 crore. Now, the total collections stand at Rs 187.65 crore. The overall occupancy of Tiger was 16.44 percent. The film has, however, garnered Rs 270 crore worldwide and is moving towards the Rs 300 crore mark. A statement from the makers read, “After having set its strong feet at the box office in India, the film also went on to rule the global box office by collecting Rs 271.50 crore gross in just four days. Tiger 3 is currently ruling the box office windows across the world.”

    Tiger 3 is expected to maintain a smooth pace without any dips after the World Cup concludes. Given the World Cup finale between India and Australia on Sunday, it cannot be expected that many people will flock to the theatres. Talking about the film, it also stars Emraan Hashmi as the main antagonist. It had cameos by Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan.

    Desimartini’s review of Tiger 3 read, “Director Maneesh Sharma had an ambitious espionage drama churned out wherein the quintessential villain is wronged and is on a quest to destroy India with the RAW agent saving the day with his heroism. If only the execution could have been that slick and entertaining. Instead, we get a laborious and tedious plotline that moves at a snail’s pace. Not only does this add to the length of the movie but there is a lack of engaging elements which were in the previous Tiger movies, War and Pathaan. A treachery within Tiger’s own family is revealed in the most predictable manner and soon comes a series of sub-lots that defy logic and appear to be a snoozefest.”