What is the release date of PK movie?

PK was released on 19 December 2014, as the 200th Bollywood release in 2014. The release was later expanded to 6000 screens worldwide, which included 5200 screens in India and 844 screens overseas. PK was initially released in 4844 screens worldwide.

Who is the composer of the movie PK?

The film’s soundtrack was composed by Shantanu Moitra, Ajay−Atul and Ankit Tiwari with lyrics written by Swanand Kirkire, Amitabh Varma and Manoj Muntashir. UTV Motion Pictures acquired the distribution rights of the film. PK was the first Bollywood film to be shot in Belgium.

What is the name of the famous Hindi movie song?

Lut Gaye (Feat. Emraan Hashmi) It is widely known that Hindi movie songs are a main component of the Indian pop music. They derive their inspiration from both classical as well as modern sources.

What was PK’s first song to be launched in Delhi?

^ “PK’s first song ‘Tharki chokro’ to be launched in Delhi”. Archived from the original on 9 November 2014. ^ “YouTube”. YouTube. Retrieved 28 February 2015. ^ Aamir-Anushka’s ‘PK’ Song ‘Love is a Waste of Time’ Review [VIDEO].

What is your review of the movie PK?

^ ” ‘ PK’ review: It’s a courageous film that sticks to Hirani’s well-oiled formula”. Network18 Media and Investments Ltd. Retrieved 13 April 2020. ^ “PK Movie Review”. NDTVMovies.com. ^ Bollywood Hungama. “PK”. ^ “Review: PK is a triumph and Aamir soars high”.

What is the total gross of the movie PK?

The film’s final worldwide gross was ₹ 832 crore (US$136.33 million). It was the 71st highest-grossing film of 2014. PK was the first Indian film to gross more than ₹ 7 billion and US$ 100 million worldwide. PK earned ₹260 million (US$3.5 million) net on its opening day.

How many screens did PK have in India?

PK is the widest Indian movie released in the U.K. (198 screens), Pakistan (over 70 screens), Australia (35 screens) and outside of India (844 screens in over 40 overseas markets). PK was released theatrically in China on 22 May 2015 across 4,600 screens. It had a dubbed Mandarin Chinese version, with Wang Baoqiang voicing Khan’s role.