Ek Tha Tiger Collections on Friday are more or less similar to Thursday Collections only. There were slight drops at a few places but some places picked up.
Mumbai Collections are Slightly Coming Better. Most Places Might show a rise in evening collections, because tomorrow is a holiday for many people.
But, the Only a rise of 2 crores is possible. But, there are more chances that the collections will come in the 14-15 crores net range.
This is again a pretty huge figure, and the collections for the first three days would become around 60 crores. This is the highest first 3 days figure of all times surpassing Ra.One’s 53.25 crores net.
After having an earth-shattering response on first day, Kabir Khan directed movie Ek Tha Tiger has witnessed a considerable amount of dip in its business at the Box Office on the second day and that is due to busy day for schools and college. Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer movie has crossed Rs 50 crore mark in just two days. This is a record amount of collection at the Indian Box Office.
Ek Tha Tiger witnessed nearly 50% downfall in its collection at the Box Office in India on the second day. On Thursday, trade expert Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#EkThaTiger is 50% of Wed. Yet, the contribution from several mass-dominated centres should contribute to a healthy total.” In reply to one of his follower, he defended its fall, “A 50% to 60% decline on a regular working day, after a holiday, is normal. Every film dips.
Salman Khan’s romantic action movie, which was released in 3300 screens in the country on Wednesday, had collected Rs 32.92 crores nett at the domestic Box Office on the first day of its release. Ek Tha Tiger added Rs 17.50+ crores nett to its two days total 50.42. It has become the fastest Rs 50 crore grosser film.
However, Ek Tha Tiger has two holidays (Sunday and Monday – Eid). Even if its business moves at current pace on Friday and Saturday, its collection would easily cross Rs 100 crore mark on Monday. As per trade analyst predictions, the film would collect Rs 135+ crore on Monday. If this prediction turns out to be true, it would be the biggest record collection in the history of Indian cinema.
Salman Khan does it again! After giving back-to-back super hits Wanted, Dabangg, Ready and Bodyguard, he has hit the bull's eye once again with Ek Tha Tiger which has broken records of opening day collection by earning Rs.33 crores.
The romantic thriller released on Independence Day and trade pundits are expecting the collections to increase during the long weekend, thanks to Eid, which is Monday, and make more new records.
The film's cost is said to be above Rs.50 crores and Ek Tha Tiger marks director Kabir Khan's third collaboration with Yash Raj Films after Kabul Express in 2006 and New York in 2009.
Rajesh Thadani, Multimedia Combines, Mumbai, says the film has received the highest opening ever.
"Salman's movie Ek Tha Tiger is doing very well all over. It has been the highest opening ever. In first two days, the film has collected around Rs.47 crores all over India. On the opening day, the film collected Rs.33 crores. It is the highest collection till date for any Indian film," Thadani told IANS.
"In Mumbai the film collected close to around Rs.17 crores on opening day. There is possibility that the film will break all records and collect Rs.200 crores," he added.
Vinay Choksey of VIP Exhibitors, Mumbai, seconds Thadani and said: "The film is expected to maintain the craze and the collections will go up during weekend."
The film that revolves around an Indian secret agent named Tiger collected almost Rs.17 crores on the second day.
Anant Verma, director and business head of DT Cinemas, says "Ek Tha Tiger opened with 98 percent occupancy".
"The movie is doing excellent business. There was a lot of hype about it because of which we have had 45 percent online and advance bookings," Verma told IANS.
"From families to couples, college students to working class came to watch the movie and they are liking it. We are waiting for the weekend and expecting increased footfalls," he added.
Salman, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) officer, romances Katrina (Zoya), an Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agent in the film.
"Ek Tha Tiger" shows the tumultuous journey of the dark world of intelligence that forbids its soldiers from falling in love.
The story is by Aditya Chopra and the film's screenplay has been co-written by Kabir Khan and well-known journalist-turned-lyricist-writer Neelesh Misra.