"Every actor wants to do a film with which he can get recognition. I am very happy that people recognise me with Commando. It is a nice feeling that wherever you go, people get inspired by your work. In fact, I have met a few boys who joined the Army after watching Commando," said Vidyut
Diwali offering Prem Ratan Dhan Payo is the third of Salman's films in a row to do so, after July's Bajrangi Bhaijaan and last year's Kick. Added up, Bajrangi Bhaijaan's business of Rs 315 cr in India and PRDP's figures have together put their 49-year-old star into the 500 cr bracket, of which he is currently the sole occupant
"I don't understand numbers. I just don't get how it works. I used to receive a call from the co-producer every day about the collections. I would say, 'Is it good or bad?' They said, 'It's very good.' This film has made such numbers. So obviously, many people have watched the film," said Sonam
At home, the film has made just a shade under Rs 130 crores. Business abroad has taken its worldwide total since opening on last Thursday, a day after Diwali, to Rs 250 crore gross. The film, Salman's ninth blockbuster in a row, is also a smash hit overseas with a blockbuster debut in America
Actors Salman Khan and Sonam Kapoor promoted their new film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo on the sets of Bigg Boss 9 in Mumbai on November 7.