Tiger 3 Box Office Day 8 estimates: Salman Khan's spy thriller may face strong competition from World Cup 2023 Final
As on Sunday, the audience would love to enjoy the India Vs Australia final match, the footfall will affect the box business of Tiger 3.
Though Tiger 3 has a bumper opening at the box opening despite being released on Diwali, the footfalls have been impacted due to the ongoing World Cup 2023. The film debuted impressively raking in Rs 44.5 crore on its opening day, and maintained momentum for three days, collecting Rs 180 crore. However, it witnessed a major dip on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, earning Rs 22 crore, Rs 18.5 crore and Rs 13.25 crore respectively. However, the film bounced back on its first Saturday, grossing Rs 17 crore. The total collection in the domestic market stands at Rs 217.90 crore, while the worldwide collection is at Rs 322 crore according to the reports.
As on Sunday, the audience would love to enjoy the India Vs Australia final match, the footfall will affect the box business of Tiger 3. The advance bookings for Day 8 have witnessed a drop, with tickets worth 3.15 crore sold across the country. The trade experts expect a big blow during afternoon and evening shows, overall a huge impact will be seen today. The film has been underperforming at the box office and may not be a blockbuster in the lifetime run. However, it is to be seen how it performs on the second Monday if it can regain traction to emerge as a successful affair.
Directed by Maneesh Sharma, the film sees Salman Khan and Katrina reprise their roles-Avinash and Zoya in the spy thriller. The film marks the third installment in the Tiger franchise following Ek Tha Tiger (2012) by Kabir Khan and Tiger Zinda Hai (2017) by Ali Abbas Zaffar. The latest addition to Maneesh Sharma’s directorial is Emraan Hashmi as the antagonist. The film also has a cameo of Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan which left the audience surprised. Backed by Yash Raj Films, the film turned out to be Salman’s highest opener after Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo and Bharat.
The DesiMartini review of Tiger 3 reads, “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.