Updated: December 21, 2017 5:41:59 pm
One day before this year’s most-awaited actioner, Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif’s Tiger Zinda Hai hits the theaters, exhibitors from across India have shared the euphoria of the audiences at the ticketing counters.
With high-octane action sequences, Tiger Zinda Hai promises to be a never-seen-before visual extravaganza. According to the exhibitors, the film has set some huge expectations with its advance ticket sales.
Revealing the excitement of Bhai’s fans around the film, the exhibitors say that audiences are thronging to ticket counters to book their tickets for Tiger Zinda Hai. PVR reports that the film has surpassed the pre-release sales of any other film this year.
“Even though Tiger Zinda Hai doesn’t officially open till Friday, PVR’s pre-release ticket sales for the film have already eclipsed the total pre-release sales of any other movie this year. No movie creates quite the level of anticipation of a Salman Khan film, and that’s why Tiger Zinda Hai is the biggest advance ticket seller of the year. Clearly, we are heading towards a monster box office opening for the film,” says Kamal Gianchandani, CEO PVR Pictures Limited and Chief Business Planning and Strategy PVR Limited.
Devang Sampat, Director, Strategic initiative – Cinepolis India, says, “Excitement level and pre-sales of Tiger Zinda Hai at Cinèpolis India is just phenomenal. People have been waiting to go watch the movies since Diwali and it seriously can’t get any better. This is a sure-shot mega-hit.”
“The Advance Booking for Tiger Zinda Hai at New Excelsior Mukta A2 Cinemas, Mumbai is the best since we have been associated with it. Looks like Tiger Zinda Hai will live up to all the expectations and keep the Exhibition sector ZINDA,” tells Tolu Bajaj, Head – COO, Distribution & Exhibition, Mukta Arts.
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