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Tiger Zinda Hai should do well for a while now as it does not have strong, or any competition whatsoever, apart from a couple of Hollywood releases that are unlikely to put dent into Tiger Zinda Hai’s armour. “Only once in a while, the film gives in and provides us a killing which sobers us up, but very quickly it’s back to the base, with Bhai taking over, and everyone– including Nurse Poorna (Goenka, who plays Parvathy’s role), and Zoya (Kaif plays her straight, made up to appear unmade and dishevelled for the most part, in keeping with the let’s –keep-everything-on-the-table spirit)—making way for him. Indian Express film critic Shubra Gupta had given the film average review, praising some aspects and slamming the others. But you can see she enjoys kicking butt: you wish she had more to do,” she had noted. 2018-01-06T14:14:11+00:00″>
Updated: January 6, 2018 2:14 pm
Salman Khan starrer Tiger Zinda Hai is relentless. India biz. The film will almost certainly cross the Rs 300 crore mark on Saturday, and with it the lifetime collection of Salman’s own Sultan. The action film, that also stars Katrina Kaif and is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, has earned Rs 295.27 crore (and still counting). Related News
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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd #TigerZindaHai continues its STEADY RUN… Expected to cross ₹ 300 cr mark today [Sat; Day 16]… [Week 3] Fri 3.72 cr. The film really came like a breath of fresh air at the end of an underperforming year for Bollywood.