'Tiger Zinda Hai' becomes Salman Khan's highest grossing film

Published: January 16, 2018
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MUMBAI: After setting the cash counters ringing and registering a collection of over INR 325 crore in India with Tiger Zinda Hai, superstar Salman Khan hopes many more movies create records for Bollywood for the industry to flourish.

According to Tiger Zinda Hai makers, it is Salman’s biggest hit so far. The 50-year-old said in a statement, “I hope the industry has many bigger successes this year. It is important that we see more blockbusters. It will expand our industry, provide more jobs for people and entertain audiences much more. I’m happy with the business that Tiger Zinda Hai has been doing at the box office.”

The actor also stated, “Records are never ever-lasting. They are meant to be broken and it’s good for such things to happen more frequently.”

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The high-on-action entertainer is the third Salman movie to surpass the Rs 300 crore mark after Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Sultan. Helmed by Ali Abbas Zafar, the films were produced by Yash Raj Films.

Tiger Zinda Hai emerged as the highest grossing Hindi film of 2017, next to Baahubali 2.

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Reader Comments (3)

  • Bunny Rabbit
    Jan 16, 2018 - 1:46PM

    It s not always the story or acting which matters. this movie was released when the saga of the so called spy Kulbhushan yadav was at its peak . this fanned jingoistic feelings and hence this was a hit . Recommend

  • usama khan wazir
    Jan 17, 2018 - 6:12PM

    I love you salman khan and katrina kaif I big fan to salman khan and I suport to salman khan Recommend

  • Waqas
    Feb 21, 2018 - 12:11PM

    The idea was fantastic and really worked for the movie, combining Intelligence Agencies of both the Countries. As more people wants to just eradicate the issues/problems. Recommend

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