What was the budget of PK movie?

What was the budget of PK movie?

850 million INR (2014)PK / Budget

Is PK movie banned in India?

New Delhi: Aamir Khan’s much-awaited movie PK will not be banned, the Supreme Court ruled today, rejecting a petition that said some scenes in the film hurt religious sentiment and showed nudity. “If you don’t like it, don’t watch the film.

What is the full form of PK in PK movie?

PK is the name Aamir Khan goes by in the movie. The name PK is an abbreviation of Peekay. Peekay (Peena+kay) is a Hindi word which means “having drunk”. And it does not stand for Punmiya Kushal.

How much did Dangal earn?

The film has managed to beat the lifetime collection of Aamir Khan starrer ‘Dangal’, which had earned Rs 374 crore at the end of its theatrical run in 2016. ‘KGF 2’ Hindi is currently the highest grossing Hindi movie, after ‘Baahubali: The Conclusion’.

Is PK anti Hindu Quora?

PK is not anti-hindu . Its anti-religious. one of the reasons why there were more “logical gigs” targeted at Hinduism and not at anyother religion in the movie maybe die to following reasons : -The director is Hindu,knows more about its customs.

Why PK should be banned?

PK has made money. And since there is no way to assuage the amount of pain that PK has caused its audience by being blatant about its earnings, and reminding the ones asking for the film to be banned that those PK guys are way stronger, financially, than them, the film should be banned.

Who is the poorest actor in the India?

List Of Poorest Actors In India Till 2022

  • So, here is a list of Bollywood stars that have gone from being wealthy to being penniless. Parveen Babi.
  • Bhagwan Dada. Bhagwan Abhaji Palav, often known as Bhagwan Dada, is a well-known actor who has been in numerous films.
  • AK Hangal.
  • Meena Kumari.

Is Serbian film banned in India?

It’s one of the few films banned in the country since Ichi the Killer (2001) and Grotesque (2009). As of 2016, only a few countries have issued a rating for the uncut film.

Was PK banned in Pakistan?

As ‘Baby’ heads towards a ban in Pakistan, we look into how PK was censored and not banned by the SBFC. KARACHI: Censor boards and their respective film industries have never been on cordial terms.