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“Salman Khan’s Tiger 3 Box Office Journey Faces Challenges as It Falls Below 4 Crores on Day 13”


The box office fate of Salman Khan’s Tiger 3 appears to be losing its roar as it struggles to maintain momentum. On its 13th day, the spy thriller faced a significant setback, collecting in the range of 3-3.90 crores, falling below the 4 crore mark. This disappointing performance raises questions about the film’s ability to achieve a respectable lifetime collection.

Tiger 3, touted as the fifth installment in YRF’s Spy Universe, following Ek Tha Tiger, Tiger Zinda Hai, War, and Pathaan, had set sky-high expectations. However, it seems to have underperformed, failing to surpass even the lifetime collections of War and Salman’s own Tiger Zinda Hai. The film was initially considered a strong contender against Shah Rukh Khan’s Pathaan, but its numbers tell a different story.

Facing tough competition from recent releases like Farrey, Napoleon, and others, Tiger 3 experienced a notable loss of screens across the country on its 13th day. The impact of this competition is evident, with the film’s collection suffering after an advance booking of below 1 crore.

With the overall collection currently standing between 257.50-258.40 crores, Tiger 3 must show a substantial jump to secure a respectable lifetime figure. The upcoming weekend will be crucial, as the film contends with the release of Ranbir Kapoor’s Animal, anticipated to dominate theaters and potentially hinder the performance of other films.

The prospect of Tiger 3 entering the coveted 300 crore club now seems unlikely, given the current trajectory and the impending release of Animal, which has generated considerable hype. As the box office numbers are based on estimates and various sources, the actual figures remain unverified by independent sources. The film’s future performance will be closely watched to see if it can regain momentum and salvage its overall box office standing.