PK 1st Day Box Office Collections, Not Record-Breaking But Impressive Business

By Goher Iqbal Punn, Film Critic & Entertainment Analyst, Showbiz Bites

pk-image-showbizbites-01PK 1st day box office collections – the film did well as it was being expected from it. The collections from domestic market are not as impressive as they were being expected prior to release. The vivid fact behind the reason is being a normal Friday (working day) otherwise PK was surely a record-breaker movie from all aspects. Nonetheless, considering the fact that the release took place on working day, the collections in Indian circuit on opening day are really very impressive.

Aamir Khan’s PK 1st day box office collections are 26.63 crores in domestic market. The film opened exceptional and then the later shows too showed a good rhythm at the box office. The film was being expected to generate the earnings of more than 30 crore something on 1st Friday, but as mentioned earlier, due to the working day factor, the business could not come up to the expectations.


Film will surely bring something very enticing on 2nd day i.e. first Saturday in India. Well, since now the weekend has arrived, the film has brighter chances to grow fabulously to earn an expected figure and it could also surpass 100 crore by the wrap up of first weekend provided that the masses hit the theaters in plenty. Reviews are with the movie and positive word of mouth too is in plenty. Let’s now wait to see what happens. Till then, enjoy other posts such as PK Box Office Collections (read detailed business report with trade expert’s analysis, page is updated daily),  PK Movie Review, PK opening occupancy, Hawaizaada movie poster with details and Kriti Sanon’s excitement on winning first award.

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