Tiger Zinda Hai BEATS Golmaal Again and Raees, records the highest opening occupancy for a Bollywood film in 2017

Tiger Zinda Hai BEATS Golmaal Again and Raees, records the highest opening occupancy for a Bollywood film in 2017

Being one of the most anticipated films of the year, we always knew that Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif‘s Tiger Zinda Hai would start off on a fantastic note. But little did we know that we would be in for a huge surprise! The film not only started off with a bang, but beat all the Bollywood movies on day one as it managed to register 80 per cent opening occupancy in the early morning shows across India. With that, Tiger Zinda Hai has already broken its first box office record by registered the highest opening occupancy for a Bollywood film in 2017. Yes, TZH has managed to beat the likes of Ajay Devgn’s Golmaal Again and Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees and claim this feat.

If you check the opening occupancies of all the Bollywood releases of 2017, Tiger Zinda Hai tops the list with an opening occupancy of 80 per cent. Next up is, Ajay Devgn‘s Golmaal Again which also managed 80 per cent occupancy but in a lesser screen space (3000 screens vs 4600 screens of TZH). Raees (65 per cent), Jab Harry Met Sejal (60 per cent), Judwaa 2 (50 – 60 per cent) and Tubelight (40 per cent) follow suit. Anyway, what do you guys think about this achievement by Tiger Zinda Hai? Share with us your thoughts in the comments section below! (ALSO READ – Tiger Zinda Hai movie review: Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif deliver a paisa vasool entertainer as promised)

Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, Tiger Zinda Hai is the sequel to the 2012 hit film, Ek Tha Tiger. With Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif reuniting on the silver screen after 5 long years, we always knew that the film would open well. But how much will it earn at the box office in its lifetime run? Will it shatter all the box office records? That’s something to wait and watch. In the meantime, stay tuned to BollywoodLife as we get you all the latest dope and updates about Tiger Zinda Hai right here.

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