Salman Khan has once again proved that he is the undisputed king at the box office today. His latest film which released on August 15, has managed to rake in a whooping Rs 32.95 crores at the box office on the very first day. As a result, the film has succeeded in beating Agneepath's record first day collection of Rs 25 crores, which was the biggest opening for a Hindi film until now. Media professional and industry observer Abhijit Mhamunkar confirms: "The opening day collections of Ek Tha Tiger is Rs 32.95 crores. It has set a new first day record." Ek Tha Tiger opened in 3,300 screens with almost 100 per cent occupany as compared to Agneepath, which opened in 2,700 screens with a 95-100 per cent occupancy. Be it single screen or multiplexes, the advance booking for the film has been incredible. It will be interesting to see how soon the film reaches the Rs 100 crore mark.