Sorry Salman Khan! Your Tiger Zinda Hai fails to beat Baahubali 2

Sorry Salman Khan! Your Tiger Zinda Hai fails to beat Baahubali 2

As expected, the opening of Tiger Zinda Hai has been excellent. After disappointing audience by his performance in Tubelight, it was wonderful to watch Salman Khan back in action . “Tiger Zinda Hai” has crossed around 34 Crore at the Indian box office. Tiger Zinda Hai also stars Katrina Kaif. The movie has been directed by Ali Abbas.

Sorry Salman Khan! Your Tiger Zinda Hai fails to beat Baahubali 2

In the year 2017, Tiger Zinda Hai has become Bollywood’s highest box office opener with being in close competition to Golmaal Again, which had opened with 30.14 Crore. While Tiger Zinda Hai has failed to cross some of the movies, here is a list of the movies that have done wonders on the box office. The top five box openings 2017 are:

  • Baahubali 2 – The Conclusion—Rs 41 Crore
  • Tiger Zinda Hai—Rs 33.75 Crore
  • Golmaal Again—Rs 30.14 Crore
  • Tubelight—Rs 21.15 Crore
  • Raees—Rs 20.42 Crore

Credited of being the highest collector at box, Baahubali 2 is on top of the list. The movie’s Hindi version opening with 41 Crore left everyone awestruck.

Salman Khan’s “Tiger Zinda Hai” was short of 8 Crore when compared to Baahubali 2.

Baahubali 2 wasn’t the movie that got the highest opening at the box office; SRK’s movie, “Happy New Year” earned Rs 45 Crore.

Over the first weekend, it is predicted that Salman Khan’s latest movie will also cross 100 Crore. In order to stand out of the rest movies, which did wonders on the box office, it will have to beat the records of three big movies.

Baahubali 2’s enormous collection was of Rs 510.99 Crore (Hindi version) and it was highest grossing Hindi movie ever.

Salman Khan’s Bajrangi Bhaijaan was highest earning movie collecting 321 Crore.

Golmaal Again collected Rs 205.65 Crore and was Bollywood’s highest grossing movie of 2017.

For Salman Khan’s “Tiger Zinda Hai”, the road to top the list is quite difficult but it is not impossible though.