Tiger Zinda hai getting close to Baahubali box office

Tiger Zinda hai getting close to Baahubali box office

Tiger Zinda Hai is roaring on the box office as it has managed to garner 200 crores in Indian box office till today. Tiger did not have the best opening of all time but it sure is rushing towards breaking every Salman Khan box-office collection so far except Hum Aapke Hain Kaun. Tiger has gathered 343 crores worldwide as of today, which is extremely profitable for Yash Raj as the film was made and release in 150 crores. Tiger is eyeing itself getting close to Baahubali though it is almost impossible to catch up. Baahubali collections or opening can only be compared with Rajnikanth’s 2.0, which is also a bilingual release.

Baahubali did the business of 512 crores only in Hindi language despite of the fact it is a dubbed film and so will be 2.0. An estimated worldwide of Tiger Zinda Hai lifetime could be about 500 crores, if it’s on steroids. Baahubali worldwide (excluding China) is 1700 crores, a number which is practically impossible for Tiger to even dream of. They can release Tiger Zinda Hai 3 times over and it won’t come close to Baahubali. The only film which is able to confront Baahubali is Dangal, which has a lifetime worldwide collection of 2200 crores including China, Russia and Japan.

Dangal made 1300+ alone from the mammoth market of China, which has 33000+ screens and is savior of maximum Hollywood films like Fast and Furious. Baahubali still has not released in China and the estimates say that it will garner somewhere around 1500 crores, which will get to the worldwide total of 3200 crores, which is substantially more than Dangal. Tiger has released in every possible market but the stardom of nobody including Salman can come close to SS Rajamouli’s stamp on the film. Except Aamir Khan, there is absolutely no star in the country who could even come in the same ballpark when it comes to the eyeballs Baahubali got. Rajni’s 2.0 can be a comparison to Baahu but only if it is brilliant.

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Shubham Dwivedi

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