Tiger Zinda Hai Budget, Screen Count, Economics And Box Office Verdict

Tiger Zinda Hai budget, screen count and box office econoimcs
Tiger Zinda Hai budget, screen count

Tiger Zinda Hai Budget, Screen Count and Box Office Analysis – Tiger Zinda Hai Movie Budget, screen count lifetime Box Office collection analysis, Verdict (Hit or Flop).

The most awaited movie of the year, Tiger Zinda Hai has finallt hit the big screens today. It is a sequel to 2012 blockbuster movie Ek Tha Tiger. Tiger Zinda Hai is the biggest Bollywood release of the year. The trailer has received superb reponse, the songs are topping the chart busters list, and with Bollywood hit machine Salman Khan coming on Christmas, we couldn’t ask for more. Without any further delay, let’s have a detailed look at Tiger Zinda Hai budget, screen count and Box Office economics.

Tiger Zinda Hai Budget

Tiger Zinda Hai is a mega budget film. With Salman and Katrina reuning after 5 years, Yash Raj Films has put their best foot forward when in come to the costs. The total budget of Tiger Zinda Hai is estimated to be around 150 crores. This budget if excluding Salman’s fees. Salman get a share from the profits just as his deal was with YRF at the time of Sultan. This is technically the most expensive film of Bollywood as including Salman Khan’s fees the budget would have been 200+ crores.

Tiger Zinda Hai Screen Count

Salman Khan’s last film Tubelight released on Eid was the widest Bollywood release of all time. It was released on 4400 screens. Tiger Zinda Hai has been released on 4600 screens in India. It has beaten the screen count of PRDP (4200) , Sultan (4350) and Bajrangi Bhaijaan (4100). Talking about overseas screen count, the movie has been released on 1100 screens.

Read: Tiger Zinda Hai Box Office Prediction

Tiger Zinda Hai Box Office Economics

Tiger Zinda Hai is a big budget movie. It is the biggest film of the year and everyone in the business is assured about its success at the box office. The movie has recovered around 120 crores through satellite, music and digital rights. Around 40 crores is expected to be recovered through various promotional activities and branding.

Parameter Amount (INR)
Production Cost (including P&A) 150 crore
Satellite Rights 70 crore
Digital Rights 30 crore

Now, coming to the box office economics, the movie needs to earn at least 230 crores to be called a hit at the box office. 230 crores is a dream number for most of the films these days but with Salman Khan and Yash Raj mega budget film releasing on Christmas, we can expect anything.

Though the makers have already made a lot of money through satellite, music and digital rights, Tiger Zinda Hai will be a box office failure if it fails to cross 220 crores. Anything below 300 crores would be unsatisfying number for the trade and exhibitors as they have huge expectations from the film. Here is a look at the box office economics:

Box Office analysis and economics

Verdict Domestic Collection (INR)
All-Time Blockbuster 370 crore
Blockbuster 320 crore
Superhit 270 crore
Hit 220 crore
Average 180 crore
Flop Less than 160 crore
Disaster Less than 120 crore

Stakes are high on Tiger Zinda Hai. Salman and his company needs to deliver a superb film as the expectations are sky high.

Tiger Zinda Hai Expectations

Talking about expectations, we are expecting the film to earn close to 40 crores on the opening day. With good WOM, we can expect the movie to earn around 160 crores in the extended first weekend. (Monday, 25th December, is a holiday for Christmas).


Tiger Zinda Hai

Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif
Ali Abbas Zafar
Yash Raj Films
Release Date
22 December 2017
Run Time
2 hours 45 minutes
140 crores (excluding Salman’s fee)
Screen Count
4000+ screens
Expected Opening Day Occupancy
85% to 90%

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