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Starring: Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Emraan Hashmi, Revathi, Simran, Kumud Mishra, Riddhi Dogra, Vishal Jethwa, Ranvir Shorey & others

Leader: Maneesh Sharma

Producer: Aditya Chopra

Tiger 3 Box Office Review: Pre-Release Buzz & Screening

We all grew up watching larger than life Bollywood characters, and one such is Salman Khan’s Avinash Singh Rathore, aka Tiger. The Tiger Franchise is not just a series of films but a concept, and no matter how much some people hate the actor, no one can deny that the role of Tiger was made for Salman. Hence, YRF’s decision to promote the Tiger franchise by three times is always known as a rewriting tour of the box office books.

While Tiger’s franchise has its fans and price tag, it, being a part of YRF’s Spy Universe, has added more interest around the film. It was Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan that the studio officially announced its creation and promised to smartly mix their spy films, leading to something big that Bollywood has never seen. As part of it, cameos of Shah Rukh Khan and Hrithik Roshan have been added in the film. All these factors have made this third mountain a mountain to explode at the ticket windows.

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The trailer and music of Tiger 3 did not work for me, but it was confirmed that the film will not see the results because of it, because the background noise is too high. So, in the pre-release phase, the stage looked good, with Diwali celebrations playing a major role in boosting the box office business.

Tiger 3 Box Office Review: First, the Good & the Bad

Talking about the debut, Tiger 3 has got off to a good start at the Indian box office. In the morning and afternoon shows, people living all over the country have been strong, thus taking up half of the film’s work. However, the results of Laxmi Pujan are seen in the evening shows, and the occupancy is low even in the night shows.

Coming to the positives, the film has all the hype surrounding it for being part of the Spy Universe and a continuation of the Tiger franchise. Big films like these have the potential to do record-breaking business at any time of the year, but releasing the Salman Khan starrer during Diwali is a smart decision by YRF. Diwali is a profitable time for Bollywood, and even if the content is not good, films tend to do good business because of the holiday. So, until the holiday season, Tiger 3 will get the best numbers.

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Also, there is no big competition in theaters, and the next big movie is Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal, which will be released on 1 December. So, this biggie has an open position to perform for the next 18 days.

Talking about negatives, Tiger 3 has received mixed response from critics and audience. So, after doing very good business during Diwali season, the film is not going to do very well. Also, a repeat audience is essential for an entertainer to act as a blockbuster, and here, that element is missing.

Tiger 3 Box Office Review: Final Verdict

Overall, Tiger 3 will shine at the ticket windows due to the Diwali celebrations but it will not be able to do mainstream business. After the success of Pathaan, the Salman Khan starrer became known as the best in the Spy Universe, but that doesn’t happen now.

By Wednesday (Bhai Dooj), the Diwali celebrations will be over, and till then, the film is expected to do business. 170-180 crores. In a lifetime, Tiger threequel is expected to get 290-320 crores net at the Indian box office.

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