The box office collection of Aamir Khan's "PK" (Peekay) surpassed the ₹100 crore mark, but it took four days for the film to achieve the feat.
"PK", helmed by Rajkumar Hirani, has become the ninth film to earn ₹100 crore in 2014. Aamir's film earned ₹95 crore in its opening weekend and more than ₹21.22 crore on Monday, taking its domestic total to ₹116.43 crore.
Here is the four day breakup of the film according to Bollywood Hungama: Friday ₹26.63 crore, Saturday ₹30.34 crore, Sunday ₹38.24 crore and Monday ₹21.22 crore.
Despite being a working day, the film performed exceptionally well on Monday. Compared to opening day, the film registered a minimal drop on Monday.
With its four-day total, "PK" has managed to beat the lifetime record of four films released this year.
Salman Khan's "Jai Ho" earned ₹116 crore, Akshay Kumar's "Holiday - A Soldier Is Never Off Duty" minted ₹112.45 crore, Sidharth Malhotra's "Ek Villain" raked in ₹105.62 crore and Arjun Kapoor's "2 States" earned ₹102.13 crore.
"PK" broke the record of all the above mentioned films within four days. It is now the fifth highest grosser film of 2014 after "Kick", "Happy New Year" and "Bang Bang".
Meanwhile, Hirani's film, which is also the 200th release of this year, is the 35th Bollywood film that has entered the century club. Interestingly, Aamir's "Ghajini" released on 24 December 2008, was the first film to make ₹100 crore business from its theatrical run in India.
And its Aamir's film "Dhoom 3" that holds the record of fastest ₹100 crore earner film. "Dhoom 3" and "Happy New Year" are the only two films that earned ₹100 crore in three days.
While "PK" took four days to enter the elite club, it has joined the list "Krrish 3" and "Chennai Express".
"PK", directed by Hirani, also features Anushka Sharma, Sushant Singh Rajput and Boman Irani in pivotal roles.