Aamir Khan's "PK" has continued its dream-run at the Hong Kong box office in its fourth week. The movie has collected HK$ 3 million (Rs 2.58 crore) in 23 days.

After having a successful business at the China box office, the blockbuster is making a mark at the Hong Kong box office as well.

Released in two screens in the country on 28 August, the Aamir Khan starrer opened to superb response at the counters. The film successfully crossed the mark of HK$1 million at the box office in Hong Kong.

After seeing the overwhelming response, the distributors of "PK" increased screen count from two to five in the second week. It raked in approximately HK$1,70,1015 (Rs 14,457,359) at the Hong Kong box office by the end of its second week. In its third week, the screen count of PK increased to seven and the movie collected approximately HK$8,97,095 (Rs 7,624,639). Its three week gross total collection stood at HK$25,98,110 (Rs 22,081,999).

"PK" has remained rock-steady even in the fourth week too. The movie has done fantastic collection at the Hong Kong box office on its fourth Friday and Saturday. "PK" collected a total of HK$3,039,645 (Rs 2.58 crore) at the box office in 23 days. "PK" has become the first Indian movie to have surpassed the mark of HK$33 million in the country.

Bollywood trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted, "#PK crosses HK$ 3 million in Hong Kong. Going SUPER STRONG. Week 3: Fri HK$ 169,892, Sat HK$ 271,643. Total: HK$ 3,039,645 [2.58 cr]."

"PK" has been released in over 25 key international markets including the US, UK, UAE, China, Australia, New Zealand, Germany and Malaysia. The movie has grossed approximately over US$60.72 (Rs 400 crore) at the overseas box office in its life time. The film has become the all-time highest grosser beating the previous record of "Dhoom 3".