The movie has grossed around 34.10 crores on its opening day while it reached up to Rs 35.30 crore on its second day of the release.
The first film, Ek Tha Tiger (2012), directed by Kabir Khan, had set a record for the opening day collection, bagging Rs30.61 crore nett.
Noted film critic and trade analyst shared Day three collections on Twitter.
These days, he is working in the multi-starrer film "Race 3". In just three days of its release, the film has become a strong contender in the industry record books, smashing one record after the other.
"Tiger Zinda Hai made a place for itself in the list of 'Biggest Openers of the Year 2017".
Tiger Zinda Hai earned Rs 45.53 crore on Sunday which is by far the highest any Hindi film has ever earned in a day!
While its box office figures are impressive, Tiger Zinda Hai is chasing tough targets. The film went on to surpass its already surging numbers on its first Sunday by clocking around Rs 44.5 crore as per early estimates of the day, reports by Boxofficeindia.com suggest. It marks the return of Salman and Katrina Kaif on-screen after five years. Metros and beyond metros, multiplexes and single screens - it's creating havoc. Aamir Khan's Christmas releases have consistently soared at the box office in the past; opening weekend figures include Rs107.01 crore for Dangal (2016), Rs95.41 crore for PK (2014) and Rs107.61 crore for Dhoom 3 (2013).
Down south, Nani's Middle Class Abbayi (MCA) has also managed to shake things up with its worldwide collections being pegged at Rs 27 crore by Indian Express.