‘Ek Tha Tiger’ Expected To Break All Opening Day Records, 80% Advance Booking

Hardly few hours remaining for Salman Khan – Katrina Kaif starrer ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ to hit the screens, and the partial box office verdict is already out.

Based on the massive advance booking for the movie around India, Ek Tha Tiger is expected to break all previous opening day Box Office records.

Advance booking for ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ opened over the weekend. On an average about 80% of tickets are already “sold out” at about 3000 screens where the movie is releasing in India.

This is a phenomenal advance booking figure. Tamil Nadu and Gujarat saw the highest number of tickets already sold, with many screens already displaying the ‘House-Full’ board.

At few single-screen cinemas, there already is an atmosphere of celebration – mix of Eid, Independence Day and “Salman Khan” movie release.

Link – https://businessofcinema.com/boxoffice/breaking-ek-tha-tiger-expected-to-break-all-opening-day-records-80-advance-booking/49028

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    fearlesssoul 8 years ago

    Don’t laugh if I am expecting 35cr first day. i have heard of 30-40% of advance booking but 80% with such a wide release is unbelievable. Ofcourse mumbai will see double digit figures tomorrow or may be the highest but how does one feel when his movies are just setting new benchmarks in terms of box office? Even with such high praise, sugar coated wrapped with trade pundits guts, i would still keep my modest expectation of 203cr anything above would be bonus 🙂

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    sputnik 8 years ago

    @I.One,

    Removed the picture as it is taking a lot of time to load.

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    I.One 8 years ago

    No issues Sputnik.

    Komal Nahta ‏@KomalNahta
    #ett news bulletin 3: 4000 people outside a Jaipur multiplex. Police from 3 cop stations. Unable to control crazy crowd.

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    I.One 8 years ago

    Taran Adarsh – 11 am Update: Sea of people outside theatres across the country. #EkThaTiger all set for a humungous start, the biggest ever.

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