Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan has reportedly been invited by the Harvard Business School to give a lecture on the success of his recent release "PK", which has done fantastic business at both India and international markets.
The Ivy League University has invited the actor to talk about his role and the making of the film, reported Bollywood Hungama.
The authorities in Harvard University are said to be impressed with Aamir's look and performance in "PK" and are keen on discussing his role at great length. The actor will reportedly talk about various attributes of his character and how he prepared for the role. While the university is yet to finalise the date of the event, Aamir has assured them of his presence.
"PK", which released on 19 December 2014, opened to an overwhelming response everywhere and concluded the first week with record-breaking collection. Since there were no big releases, the movie maintained rock-steady pace at the box office in the next couple of weeks. It collected ₹350 crore nett in domestic centres and ₹160 crore net in the overseas box office in 45 days.
The Aamir Khan starrer has raked a total of ₹510 crore nett at the worldwide box office so far. Despite facing tough competition from new releases such as "Tevar", "Baby", "Hawaizaada" and "Khamoshiyan", "PK" is still running strong in many cinema halls across the globe. The makers of the film have now planned to release it in 3500 screens in China soon.
The biggest reasons for the huge success of "PK" are Aamir Khan's brilliant performance as alien and Rajkumar Hirani's wonderful script and direction.
PK is a sci-fi comedy that revolves around the story of an alien who comes to Earth on a research mission. How he questions religious dogmas and superstitions forms the crux of the story. Produced by Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra, the film also stars Anushka Sharma, Sushant Singh Rajput, Boman Irani, Saurabh Shukla and Sanjay Dutt in important roles.