Confirming this, the film's director-producer Rakesh Roshan said: "This Friday's collections were Rs.2.44 crore, which brings the total 15-day collection to Rs.228.23 crore. So yes, it looks like 'Krrish 3' has broken all records."
"Records are made to be broken. We are happy that the merit and power of 'Krrish' has been endorsed in just 15 days. And in such a short span of time our film has begun a journey of setting new records. God has been kind."
Analysing the record-breaking success of "Krrish 3", trade expert Taran Adarsh said: "The large number of screens and the ticket rates have definitely helped 'Krrish 3' to undertake its record-breaking journey. But eventually everything boils down to the quality of the content. If the script is solid, there's no stopping a film. Also, it must be kept in mind that if a film is to be a universal hit, it must cater to a universal audience."
Trade pundit Amod Mehra said: "Records are meant to be broken. With every new record, film stars are asking for more money. Exhibitors too are getting greedy. They keep increasing the ticket rates. Let's see what strategy 'Dhoom 3' adopts."
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What records are they talking about? What the morons are hiding is the fact that the figures are for both India and overseas. They are still very far below the earnings of Chennai Express which grossed over 404 crores. Anyway, hope the Income Tax authorities have the Krish3 producers in their radar.
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