PK is a 2014 Indian sarcastic film. The film was coordinated by Rajkumar Hirani, delivered by Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra, and composed by Hirani and Abhijat Joshi. The film stars Aamir Khan in the title part with Anushka Sharma, Sushant Singh Rajput, Boman Irani, Saurabh Shukla, and Sanjay Dutt in supporting parts. It recounts the narrative of an outsider who comes to Earth on an exploration mission. He gets to know a TV columnist and inquiries religious doctrines and superstitions.
The film has developed as the most elevated aggregating Indian film of all time, and positions as the 66th most noteworthy accumulating film of 2014 around the world. PK was the first Indian film to horrible INR 6 billion around the world
outsider (Aamir Khan) arrives on Earth on an examination mission in Rajasthan however is stranded when his guide to his spaceship, a memento around his neck, is stolen. Around the same time in Bruges, Jaggu (Anushka Sharma) experiences passionate feelings for a man named Sarfaraz (Sushant Singh Rajput). Jaggu’s dad (Parikshit Sahni) items to their relationship on the grounds that Sarfaraz is a Muslim from Pakistan; he counsels godman Tapasvi Maharaj (Saurabh Shukla) who predicts that Sarfaraz will double-cross Jaggu. Resolved to demonstrate them wrong, Jaggu proposes to Sarfaraz. She is heart-broken at the wedding house of prayer when she gets a letter canceling the marriage because of their disparities. She comes back to India where she turns into a TV columnist.
Jaggu meets the outsider and gets to be charmed while viewing him dispersing pamphlets around a missing God. In flashback, the outsider, neglectful of Earth’s traditions, figures out how to fit in among people by wearing garments and utilizing cash that he takes from couples having intercourse in “moving autos”. He endeavors to figure out how to convey by getting people groups’ hands and engrossing their memories through touch, yet they pursue him away when he tries, (wrongly) translating him to be a sick person. One day, a traveler vehicle conveying bandmaster Bhairon Singh (Sanjay Dutt) strikes him and renders him oblivious. Bhairon takes him to a specialist who proclaims the outsider as a man experiencing amnesia. Bhairon accept that the amnesia is the consequence of the impact the outsider has had with his vehicle. Assuming that the outsider won’t have the capacity to grumble about the mishap, Bhairon chooses to flee, yet then changes his choice and brings the outsider alongside his troop. After some time, the outsider turns into his companion. Translating the outsider’s endeavors within reach getting as sexual investment, he takes him to a bawdyhouse. There, the outsider holds a prostitute’s hand for six hours and accordingly takes in the Bhojpuri dialect.
Having figured out how to convey, the outsider then follows the ventures of the criminal who stole his remote and goes to Delhi looking for the remote. Because of his unusual conduct, the individuals in the city accept he is (drunk means pee-kay in Hindi) and call him PK, a name he embraces. Delhi ends up being an expansive city and individuals let him know that no one but God can help him discover his remote. PK then starts his inquiry to discover God, yet is befuddled by India’s differing religions and their befuddling customs. He later finds that Tapasvi has his remote. Then again, Tapasvi erroneously claims to have accomplished the article from God in the Himalayas and declines to return it to PK. In the wake of listening to PK’s story, Jaggu devises an arrangement to uncover Tapasvi and recoup PK’s remote.
Confounded, PK presumes that Tapasvi and different religious heads must be dialing a “wrong number” to correspond with God and are, subsequently, spreading false impressions and encouraging people in general to take part in good for nothing ceremonies. Jaggu urges a huge number of individuals to send in features they could call their own encounters with religious heads, calling them “wrong numbers”. In the mean time, PK contacts Bhairon Singh who says he will come to Delhi the following day, however passes on in a bomb planted by terrorists to ensure their confidence in countering to PK’s challenges. After enormous open bids, Tapasvi is compelled to come into the studio and go up against PK on-air. Tapasvi claims he has a direct association with God and alludes to his forecast of Sarfaraz’s selling out as confirmation. Then again, PK, who had prior retained Jaggu’s memories, finds that Sarfaraz did not compose the letter she got. Jaggu contacts the Pakistan Embassy in Belgium where Sarfaraz worked low maintenance; the international safe haven advises her that Sarfaraz still adores her and calls them every day to ask whether she has called. Jaggu and Sarfaraz reconnect and Tapasvi, uncovered as a cheat, is compelled to give back PK’s gadget.
In the process of the film, PK goes gaga for Jaggu however abstains from advising her on the grounds that she cherishes Sarfaraz. He rather records tapes of her voice and fills his bags with batteries so he can listen to the tapes on his home planet. While leaving, he deceives Jaggu in regards to the substance of the tapes; Jaggu, regardless of knowing reality, stays silent. She later distributes a book about PK.
After one year, PK profits to Earth for another examination mission with a few different outsiders.