Salman Khan's "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" (PRDP) has surpassed the Rs 200 crore mark with its five-day gross domestic box office collection.
"Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" has earned a net income of Rs 143.39 crore in its five-day run at the domestic box office, but the gross revenue of the film has surpassed Rs 200 crore mark.
"Prem Ratan Dhan Payo", also starring Sonam Kapoor, minted Rs 13.62 crore on its fifth-day, which took its overall domestic box office collection to Rs 143.69 crore.
Trade analyst Taran Adarsh had earlier stated that "Prem Ratan Dhan Payo" minted Rs 191 crore in its extended opening weekend (four-day) and adding the fifth-day gross income (which is higher than its net income) the total stands at over Rs 205 crore.
"#PremRatanDhanPayo Thu 40.35 cr, Fri 31.05 cr, Sat 30.07 cr, Sun 28.30 cr, Mon 13.62 cr. Total: ₹ 143.39 cr. Hindi version. India biz," Adarsh added.
"#PremRatanDhanPayo India nett: ₹ 129.77 cr. India gross: ₹ 191 cr... Overseas: $ 8.9 million [₹ 59 cr]. Worldwide gross: ₹ 250 cr. AWESOME!" he tweeted.
"#PremRatanDhanPayo to cross ₹ 150 cr on Tue/Day 6 [today]. India biz. Hindi version," he added.
Salman's film witnessed a drop on its fifth day, i.e., Monday, as it was a working day. Also, the collections were affected in the South circuit due to heavy rainfall.
However, the film is expected to enjoy its solo release this week and next week as well. There is no Hindi release next week and thus Salman's film is expected to rule the box office and rake in moolah.
"The undefeatable combination of Salman Khan and Sooraj Barjatya plus the added bonus of Diwali holidays saw PRDP break all records. On November 12, it was recorded to have the highest one-day collections and in a mere three days went on to cross the Rs 100 crore mark. While the weekend has been tremendous, the acid test is this week. If the film continues in the same manner (with a reasonable drop) then it's set to be a big hit. Even if the collections drop drastically, it has earned enough to be declared a success," trade expert Amod Mehra told Mid-Day.