Aamir Khan's "PK" is continuing its victorious march at the worldwide box office even in its second week.
"PK," which is reportedly made with a budget of ₹85 crore, has already recovered its cost and has made huge profits. The Aamir-starrer has minted ₹179.5 crore in Return on Investments (ROI). The film has made 211% profits and has been placed third in the list of films with highest ROI in 2014, according to Koimoi.
The list is topped by Kangana Ranaut's "Queen", followed by "Yaariyan," which have fetched 369% and 233%, respectively.
The film has minted approximately ₹8.5 crore on its 13th day (second Wednesday) at the domestic box office and its 13-day collections amount to ₹264.50 crore, reported Koimoi.
"PK" has grossed ₹482 crore at the worldwide box office and has surpassed "Chennai Express" collections. It is expected to cross the ₹500-crore mark and become the second Bollywood film and Aamir Khan starrer to achieve the feat after "Dhoom 3." If "PK" continues its good run, the film is likely to surpass "Dhoom 3" collections and emerge as the highest grossing Bollywood film of all time.
"PK" is expected to fare well on 14th day as it is New Year holiday. The film is sure to cross the ₹270-crore mark in two weeks and is expected to become the first Bollywood entertainer to enter the ₹300-crore club. If the film crosses the ₹300-crore mark, it will be the third Aamir-starrer to set a new benchmark.
The actor's 2008-release "Ghajini" started the ₹100-crore club and his 2009-release "3 Idiots" entered the ₹200-crore club. His 2013-release "Dhoom 3" was expected to cross the ₹300-crore club, but missed it and earned around ₹280 crore. "PK," however, has high chances to cross the ₹300-crore mark as there are no big releases for at least another week.
Directed by Rajkumar Hirani, "PK" is a satirical drama with Aamir playing the role of an alien. Anushka Sharma, Sushant Singh Rajput, Boman Irani and Saurabh Shukla are also part of the film's cast.