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Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif’s Spy Thriller ‘Tiger 3’ Sees Enormous Advance Bookings

The highly anticipated spy thriller, ‘Tiger 3,’ starring Bollywood superstars Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif in the lead roles, has set the cinema world abuzz with excitement. Produced by Yash Raj Films, the film marks the third installment in the action-packed Tiger series, following the success of ‘Ek Tha Tiger’ in 2012 and ‘Tiger Zinda Hai’ in 2017.

Advance Bookings Open

As fans eagerly await the release of ‘Tiger 3,’ Yash Raj Films initiated advance bookings for the film on a high note. This thrilling announcement was made on Saturday, igniting the excitement of cinema enthusiasts across the nation.

Trade Analyst Taran Adarsh’s Insight

Esteemed trade analyst Taran Adarsh, known for his timely updates, took to Twitter to share the exciting news with the world. He exclaimed, “TIGER 3 AT NATIONAL CHAINS… Tickets sold for Sun [Day 1]… #Tiger3 advance bookings start off on a thunderous note.”

Booking Numbers Soar

Taran Adarsh’s tweet revealed impressive numbers from major cinema chains, indicating the roaring success of ‘Tiger 3’ advance bookings. The figures are as follows:

  • PVR Inox: 20,000 tickets
  • Cinepolis: 3,800 tickets

This sum totals a staggering 23,800 tickets sold in advance, setting the stage for a blockbuster opening for ‘Tiger 3.’ The massive response to advance bookings demonstrates the unparalleled anticipation surrounding the film and the star power of Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif.

As the countdown to the release date continues, ‘Tiger 3’ is shaping up to be a cinematic extravaganza that promises to take the Tiger franchise to new heights of action, intrigue, and entertainment. Fans can hardly contain their excitement, and the advance bookings are a testament to the immense hype surrounding this spy thriller.

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