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Salman Khan's Tiger 3 maintains 'steady' run, inches closer towards Rs. 200 crore mark Tiger 3

Salman Khan's Tiger 3 maintains 'steady' run, inches closer towards Rs. 200 crore mark

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 18 Nov 2023, 05:59 pm

Bollywood actor Salman Khan's latest release Tiger 3 is witnessing a 'steady' growth at the Box Office and slowly marching towards crossing the Rs.200 crore mark.

Film critic Taran Adarsh said the movie collected Rs. 196 crores till Friday.

He said the World Cup final match between India and Sri Lanka is expected to impact the movie's Box Office collection figure on Sunday.

Film critic Taran Adarsh posted on X: " #Tiger3 is stable on Day 6… Biz needs to jump today [Sat]… The #INDvsAUS #WorldCup2023 final on Sun [tomorrow] will impact it largely… [Week 2] Fri 13 cr. Total: ₹ 196 cr. #India biz. #Hindi version. #Boxoffice."

The movie was released on Sunday the day when India was celebrating Diwali.

Along with Salman, the film, which is directed by Maneesh Sharma, features Emraan Hashmi in the lead as an antagonist.

Salman and Katrina, a very popular on-screen couple who featured in a number of films over the last two decades, were also the lead pair in the action-driven 'Tiger' franchise's first two instalments.

The film is released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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