According to YRF’s official social media handle, the Maneesh Sharma directorial has grossed Rs 240 crore worldwide. It read, ‘The biggest 3 day opening weekend for the Tiger franchise. The biggest opening weekend for Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi.₹240 crore ($28.92 million) worldwide gross. India ₹180.5 crore GBOC ( ₹148.50 crore NBOC). Overseas ₹59.50 cr GBOC ($7.15 m)’.
A post also read, ‘A weekend full of celebrations! #Tiger3 continues to rule over hearts and theatres! Watch Tiger 3 at your nearest big screen in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu…’
‘Tiger 3’: Salman Khan’s swag remains unmatchable, movie collects more than Rs 50 crore on DAY 2, breaks Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Pathaan’ record
In addition to Salman Khan, the movie features Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi in the lead roles. Tiger 3 marks the third installment of the Tiger franchise and is part of the YRF Spy Universe, joining the ranks of War and Pathaan. Notably, the film includes cameo appearances by Shah Rukh Khan and a post-credit scene featuring Hrithik Roshan. Tiger 3 has achieved the status of being Salman Khan’s highest-grossing opener since the 2019 film Bharat, which earned ₹42.30 crore.
In an earlier interview with Variety, Salman recalled shooting the most challenging aspect of the ‘Tiger 3’ shoot. He had shared that the bike chasing scene was the toughest. It was a massive block of shoot and it had to be impactful so director Maneesh Sharma and he discussed this at length and then collectively they all worked towards achieving that. The superstar also added that he quite enjoyed shooting for ‘Leke Prabhu Ka Naam’ in Cappadocia. He also revealed that it is a dance track that he personally loves. According to him, Katrina and he have been fortunate to have chartbusters that have entertained people across the world and now, ‘Leke Prabhu Ka Naam’ is another track added to that list.
Apart from Salman and Katrina, the film also starred Emraan Hashmi in the role of an antagonist. The film has been receiving positive reviews from the audience and the critics alike.