Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Tiger Zinda Hai has hit the screens on December 22, 2017, and it gets the second biggest opening of 2017 at Rs. 33.75 crores after Prabhas’ Baahubali. The film is achieving new milestones with each passing day; it is just Rs 10 crore away from joining the Rs 200-crore club. Who would have imagined that Salman’s film will rake in Rs 190.62 crore at the box office in less than a week? The sequel has been on a massive run at the box-office and is expected to witness a boost today, tomorrow and the day after. Also Read - Ranveer Singh-Deepika Padukone's 83 Gets Release Date; April Window Cleared For Sooryavanshi?

On Day 7, the film has earned Rs 15.42 taking the total box office numbers of Tiger Zinda Hai to Rs 206.04 crore. Trade analyst Taran Adarsh took to Twitter to update about the latest box office numbers of Tiger ZindaHai. He wrote, “And #TZH hits a DOUBLE CENTURY… #TigerZindaHai is on 🔥🔥🔥… Emerges an OUTRIGHT WINNER… Now eyes ₹ 300 cr Club… Fri 34.10 cr, Sat 35.30 cr, Sun 45.53 cr, Mon 36.54 cr, Tue 21.60 cr, Wed 17.55 cr, Thu 15.42 cr. Total: ₹ 206.04 cr. India biz.”  The film is expected to cross the Rs 300 crore mark. Looks like, Salman and Katrina’s onscreen chemistry has surely set the ticket counters ringing. ALSO READ: Tiger Zinda Hai BO: Salman Khan’s Film Needs Just Rs 10 Crore More To Hit 200 Also Read - Tandav Star Gauahar Khan Reacts to Supreme Court's Order of Providing 'no Protection' to Actors Against Arrest

Tiger Zinda Hai is a sequel to Kabir Khan’s 2012 blockbuster Ek Tha Tiger which starred Salman and Katrina, who will reprise their roles of RAW and ISI agents Tiger and Zoya respectively. It has been five years since Salman Khan and former girlfriend Katrina Kaif fans have been waiting for their reunion on the big screen and filmmaker Ali Abbas Zafar decided to fulfill their wish. Ever since Tiger Zinda Hai release, the fans cannot get enough of Tiger and Zoya. Watch this space for more updates. Also Read - UP Police Reaches Tandav Director Ali Abbas Zafar's Mumbai House