New Delhi, August 17: Shahrukh Khan's latest flick 'Chennai Express' has reportedly been doing remarkably well in North India and the southern box office, as well as internationally.
Khan told the reporters at INOX theatre, while promoting his flick with Rohit Shetty, that the film's success is a good sign for Indian cinema.
"It's a good sign not only for us, but for the films that came and that will come in the next five-six months... the market of Indian films is so big," King Khan said.
The film has already crossed 100-crore-mark in its first weekend and is still going strong at the box office.
"Our market is growing extensively and very soon people will be comparing our market to international markets and for me that is very heartening," Khan added. (ANI)