The plot of the Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif film is inspired from the 2014 hostage rescue operation that India pulled off to save the lives of 46 of its nurses held captive by the Islamic State (ISIS) in Iraq.
In a video that Yash Raj has shared, we can see Katrina talking about how she trained for the film as the makers of the film wanted realistic action and the kind of unarmed combat techniques used by soldiers and members of special forces. Just in 7 days the movie has crossed that 300 crore bar at the worldwide box office.
The movie is a sequel to Kabir Khan's "Ek Tha Tiger" (2012), which also had the same actors in the leading roles. But the fact that TZH had strong content and it was packaged well, meant that the film set the box office on fire and raked in large amounts of money at the ticket window.
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Will Tiger Zinda Hai outdo his own films in terms of collections? The movie within seven days has smashed the records of many Bollywood movies.
Wednesday: Rs 17.80 crore net approx. It went on to record the highest ever three-day weekend and then the Biggest ever four-day extended Holiday weekend.
"About the milestones the Ali Abbas Zafar film has achieved, he tweeted, "#TigerZindaHai biz at a glance.
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Five of his films have crosses the Rs 200 crore mark while two have touched the Rs 300 crore milestone. The film is also doing good in overseas market also, the Aditya Chopra produced film has collected approx 55 crores in the overseas market.
But the team has multiple reasons to celebrate, as they have dethroned Ajay Devgn's Golmaal Again (Rs 205.67 crore) as the second highest grosses of 2017.
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