PK Worldwide Gross Collections – Inches Away from 600 Crore Mark

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

PK-Photo-showbizbites-01PK worldwide gross collections – well, the movie is on way to make historical business, as the record-breaking has already been done. Now it has been on way to make new historical records set for others to come ahead to beat. But it seems, it is Aamir Khan who will be breaking these set records. PK has earned more than 300 crore net business domestically and has emerged as the first Bollywood film to enter into 300 crore club.

PK has collected around 305 crore net business in India only. PK’s total gross business in domestic market is around 439 crore. The overseas total gross so far is around 134 crore. Thus, PK worldwide gross collections are now 573 crore, which means the movie has reached near to 600 crore worldwide business now.


The progress shows the 600 crore is now inches away and the movie is potentially a great content to go far more than this 600 crore mark. Let’s wait and see. Till then, have fun with other posts such as Bigg Boss 8’s Karishma Tanna without clothes MUST-SEEN Photos and Who Aditya Roy Kapur loves the most in life?

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