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Tiger Zinda Hai Box office collection day 1 prediction: opens to 80 percent occupancy

Tiger Zinda Hai Box office collection day 1 prediction: opens to 80 percent occupancy
Written by Abhishek Rana

Tiger Zinda Hai roared and torn apart its competitors on the Cinema halls, as it opened up to 80 percent occupancy and is predicted to earn 35-40 crores.  The movie has gotten great reviews, specifically for its action set pieces and Salman’s star performance. It has surprisingly great critical support, and people are calling it a must watch in the Cinema halls. Tiger Zinda has has opened on 5700 screens worldwide, out of which 4600 are in the domestic arena, and an eighty percent occupancy is something that is desirable to everyone, since there is a lot of competition from the Hollywood franchise Star Wars. That the movie has gotten to a rip roaring start is an justified example of Salman’s star power across India and even overseas.

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the movie reunites one of the most famous onscreen couple in Bollywood, as Tiger and Zoya. It is the sequel to the successful, Ek Tha Tiger, in which the two played agents from the opposing countries who fall in love with each other and defy the authorities.

Now, the sequel is expected to at least do a business of 250 crore, as it will be considered a success only then, since the budget for the movie is quite high. But there is no doubt that the movie is going to do very well because the audience reaction to the movie has been overwhelmingly positive, and people have also praised film’s decision to give major fight sequences over to Katrina Kaif. The visuals and songs have also been praised, as is the chemistry between the leading stars. As it was predicted, the movie is going to break records as it marches out of the year on a triumph, but it will be interesting to see as to how much more it could earn in this year alone.

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Abhishek Rana

Since my early childhood, I’ve loved writing, watching movies and having an opinion. Now, I do it professionally. Always looking for new ways to challenge myself.

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