At Rs 50 Crore Per Film, Salman to be Highest Paid Actor

Daijiworld Media Network

Mumbai, Jul 30: Actor Salman Khan has now moved ahead in becoming the highest paid star in the industry with an increase in his fees.

With his recent hits at the box office, Salman, just like co-stars Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan has now decided to demand a whopping Rs 50 crore for his next project.

So far, Salman used to charge nothing less than Rs 40 crore but now with his current position at the box office he too has plans of making more big bucks.

Two film makers who have recently signed on Salman have confirmed the news of the hike in his fee. Sources say that along with hiking his fee, the star also recommends directors for these films. He also has insisted on casting Sonakshi Sinha for ‘Kick’.

But filmmaker Bhushan Kumar said that the star re-negotiates and restructures his price. "When Salmanbhai did Ready the film industry was facing a huge financial crunch. But he agreed to cut down his price from Rs 40 crore to Rs 17 crore”, he said.


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  • Nishith Shetty, sujeer/uae

    Sat, Jul 30 2011

    Salman you Rock on each and every role of yours!!
    the No 1 Khan of Bollywood

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    Sat, Jul 30 2011

    Dear Sallu, I'm very big fan of yours.
    But your Ready was bombed in box office, anyways all the best for the future.
    Above all your hair transplant looks great.
    Henry Misquith,Bahrain

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  • abhisek singh, kolkata

    Sat, Jul 30 2011

    first of greetings and well wishes for salman bhai....he is the best in this world....why 50 crores 50 lack crores is also nt enough for a darling person like him.....he is just awesome....his just presence in a movie makes it a grand hit.....god bless you bhai....

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