As expected the Tiger Shroff and Shraddha Kapoor starrer Baaghi 3 opens to a thunderous response in the morning shows across India .
Tiger Shroff is back with Baaghi 3 after his most expensive film, WAR with Hrithik Roshan, broke all the records at the box office last year. Though, there was lot of expectations from Student Of The Year 2, the movie earned below average reviews and it ended at the box office with disasspointing results. However, Tiger Shroff still remains one of most bankable actors in recent times thanks to his immense fan following. Now, he has one reason to smile as the advance booking for Ahmed Khan directed Baaghi 3 has set the cash register on fire as it has opened across the domestic market on Sunday. Tiger Shroff re-unites with Ahmed Khan for their second collaboration after giving super hit film like Baaghi 2 and Shraddha Kapoor after Baaghi. Baaghi 3 has right ingredient to set the adrenaline rush pumping up with wonderful action stunts and chartbusting songs.
The advance booking of Baaghi 3 has improved day by day ever since it has started from Sunday across India and this can be witnessed as the action drama opened to a fabulous response with 30-35% occupancy rate in the morning shows across India which makes it the best opening film of 2020 in the morning shows, beating Ajay Devgn starrer Tanhaji, which opened with 25-30% occupancy range.
Baaghi 3 has the potential to set the box office number on fire thanks to popular franchise but will open lower than Baaghi 2, which opened with 55% occupancy range in the morning shows when it released 2 years back. The early reviews have been decent which suggest the evening and night shows to pick up. Baaghi 3 will face the impact of corona virus that will affect the box office collections and can open somewhere between Rs 18-20 crore.
The action-drama also stars Shraddha Kapoor and Riteish Deshmukh in lead roles and will be produced by Sajid Nadiwala.
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