Tiger 3 box office collection: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's film saw a drop in its collection on day three. The film was released November 12, 2023.
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif's Tiger 3 was off to a flying start at the box office. Since its release on November 12, the film has been minting well at the ticket window. The movie had a festive release on Diwali. Directed by Maneesh Sharma, Tiger 3 crossed the ₹100 crore within two days. And now, according to early estimates by Sacnilk, the film witnessed a drop in its BO collection on day 3.
Tiger 3 box office collection Day 3
For the unversed, Tiger 3 took a good start at the box office with a collection of ₹44.50 crore. It was followed by the Salman-Katrina film minting ₹59.25 crore on day two. On day three, the film slowed down and managed to earn ₹42.50 crore.
Having said that, Tiger 3 turned out to be the biggest opening-day film of Salman Khan. In fact, it is the biggest opening-day film of the Tiger franchise.
More about Tiger 3
Helmed by Maneesh Sharma, Tiger 3 marked Salman and Katrina's on-screen reunion as Tiger and Zoya. Emraan Hashmi joined the movie as an antagonist. Apart from them, the third installment of Tiger had special appearances by Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan.
Tiger 3 movie review
Meanwhile, OTTplay reviewed Salman and Katrina's film. In the review, it was mentioned, "Continuing with the weakest links of Tiger 3, it's the story itself where dialogues feel more staged and come off as a bouncer to even understand the plot entirely. The first half stays just on the surface, only to have expectations that it will get better in the second half. But the further drop culminates in the fact that no efforts have been made to make the audience understand what the initial mission was."
Salman Khan's work front
On the professional front, Khan will next be seen in Tiger vs Pathaan with Shah Rukh Khan. They are likely to begin shooting for the film in 2024. Besides this project, the superstar has Vishuvardhan's untilted project lined up. It will be backed by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions.