The worldwide box office revenue of Aamir Khan's "PK" has grossed ₹642 crore until now. The collection has slowed down at the ticket window, but its raking in decent amount.
"PK", which is running in its fifth week, has made a profit of 294% at the box office, according to Koimoi.com. It is one of the most commercially successful films released in 2014.
"PK continues to remain steady and the last weekend collection of the film was Rs 5 crore. We hope 'Baby' and 'Dolly Ki Doli' will break the jinx," exhibitor Rajesh Thadani told Mid-Day.
On the other hand, Bipasha Basu's "Alone" and the Hindi version of Vikram's "I" suffered the Monday blues at the box office. The business of both the films witnessed dropped on Monday, which was expected.
The horror film "Alone", which also features Karan Singh Grover, minted around ₹2 crore on first weekday. The box office income of the horror film now stands at ₹16.1 crore.
Vikram's "I" box office collection also dropped on Monday, raking in approximately ₹1.25 crore. The Hindi version of Shankar's directorial film "I" has minted ₹9.15 crore.
When compared to "Alone", Vikram's film has showed better growth at the box office. "I", which is a Tamil film, was released in less screens compared to "Alone" at North circuits, but Vikram's film excelled at the box office.
Meanwhile, trade analyst are expecting that the coming weekend will be good at the collections centers, as two big budget movies are set to release.
"The Akshay Kumar and Neeraj Pandey combo holds promise and 'Dolly Ki Doli' looks like a fun film. With these two releases, smiles will hopefully be back on the faces of theatre owners," trade analyst Taran Adarsh told Mid-Day.