Talking of absolute raw advance numbers, Tiger 3 has clocked an overall advance booking worth Rs 10 crore across the country. Read Detailed Report on this Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif film.
Tiger 3 Advance Booking. Salman Khan, back as Tiger, is gearing up for a big Diwali 2023 release, directed by Maneesh Sharma, with Katrina Kaif and Emraan Hashmi in the mix. The early bookings started on a Saturday night, and it’s getting a thumbs-up from all corners, especially in places where people are crazy about movies. The bookings are for the Laxmi Pooja day, kicking off the festive season from day 2.
Tiger 3 sells 123,000 tickets in PVRInox & Cinepolis
Numbers-wise, Tiger 3 has sold over 92,000 tickets for the opening day across three big cinema chains—PVRInox, Cinepolis, and the Maneesh Sharma directed ones. And it’s not slowing down; by Tuesday noon, it’s reached over 31,000 tickets for the second day, making it a total of 123,000 tickets in just these three chains. Some areas in the North are even beating the first day’s booking hype.
Tiger 3 Advance Booking
The trend is catching on in places like Gujarat and Rajasthan too. PVR Elante has seen 235 tickets sold for Sunday, and Monday is already at 383 tickets. Now, outside the big chains, Tiger 3 has grabbed about 1900 tickets in MovieMax by Tuesday afternoon, 1200 at Rajhans, and a whopping 5000 at Miraj. Even on weekdays, places like Moviemax have sold 2700 tickets for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday combined. Meanwhile, Miraj has hit 2000 tickets for Monday and Tuesday by Tuesday noon.
Tiger 3 gets excellent response at single screens
Single-screen cinemas like Delite Diamond, Gaiety Galaxy, Liberty, Roopbani, and Mona are witnessing a full house for the first day and selling out fast for the second. This is a result of Salman Khan’s massive fan following. It’s hard to predict the exact number for Tiger 3 on the first day, but it’s definitely poised to do something special on its Pooja Day release. Keep an eye on the box office, folks.
How well Tiger 3 does on day 1 largely depends on markets less impacted by Diwali, especially places like Mumbai City and Kolkata, along with major territories in South India. Talking raw numbers, the movie has racked up Rs 7.00 crore for Sunday, Rs 2.25 crore for Monday, and another crore for Wednesday and Thursday. Pre-sales for Monday are aiming to be the biggest ever for a Hindi feature film and are expected to pick up pace from Friday.