PK 1st Monday Box Office Collections – Joins 100 Crore Club

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

PK 01-Image-showbizbitesPK 1st Monday box office collections – the film did extremely well on its first week day. As normally the film show vivid drops on the start of weekdays, PK turned out to be stable on the beginning of weekdays. This is a good sign and a sign of upcoming big success. The critics praised the movie a lot and the full amount of audience’s positive reaction is with the movie since the outset. This all has been helping the film thoroughly since the release.

PK 4th day box office collections are really superb, as the film collected 22.40 crore at the domestic box office. Well, the movie so far has been excellent and the best is that it is a solo release and has no competition at all at the cinema halls and it will continue till Tevar comes in.

After now adding PK 1st Monday box office collections, Aamir Khan’s magnum opus has now joined in 100 crore club and has become the 35th entrant to the list of Bollywood’s 100 crore club movies. The film now stands at the whopping total of 117.61 crores at the domestic box office, which is simply awesome and excellent.

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The film’s timing is marvelous as the Christmas week is going on and the vacations too has begun, thus the film is expected to be steady in weekdays. PK is now the fourth movie of Aamir Khan, which has entered into 100 crore club. Besides, after Dhoom 3, it is the second fastest movie to cross 100 crore club. Also read detailed PK Box Office Collections report with analysis and updates, Why actors drank heavily on the sets of Ugly and Malaika Arora’s hottest look in Fashion Mujh Par Khatam item song.

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