From Kangana Ranaut to Kareena Kapoor Khan, 5 actresses get more fees than hero


Seeing who will be the hero in the film is often decided from the budget of the film. However, with the changing times, this concept is now changing in Bollywood as well. The proof of this is the actress who has received more fees than the hero for her films.

From the very beginning in Bollywood, the hero is dominated by male actors. Seeing who will be the hero in the film is often decided from the budget of the film. However, with the changing times, this concept is now changing in Bollywood as well. The proof of this is the actress who has received more fees than the hero for her films. Let's know about some such actresses.

Deepika Padukone


According to media reports, Deepika charges 26 crores per film and she is currently one of the highest paid actresses of Bollywood. It is said that he received more fees for Amitabh and Irrfan for the film 'Piku'. At the same time, in the film 'Padmavat', where Deepika got 12 crore rupees, Ranveer Singh working in the same film was signed for Rs 7-8 crores.

Kareena kapoor


Actress Kareena is told that she charges around 20 crores per film. According to the news, Kareena received a fee of Rs 7 crore for the film 'Veere Di Wedding' which was more than all the actors working together.

Shraddha Kapoor


Shraddha Kapoor was paid more than Rajkummar Rao in the film Stree. According to media reports, while Shraddha received Rs 7 crore for the film, Rajkummar Rao was signed for less.

Kangana Ranaut


Queen Kangana of Bollywood charges up to Rs 27 crore per film. Kangana, who has made her own identity in Bollywood, was paid more than Rajkummar Rao for the film 'Judicial Hai Kya'. At the same time, the news is even that Kangana was paid more than Saif and Shahid for the film 'Rangoon'.

Alia Bhatt


Alia Bhatt, who had won her acting with the film Raazi, got Rs 10 crore for this film, while Vicky Kaushal was signed for the same film for Rs 4 crore. Let us tell you that Alia charges up to 22 crores per film.
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