Is Hritik the Highest Paid Actor in the Industry?

On Saturday, November 24th, 2012

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Hrithik Roshan is the highest paid actor in the industry!

Bollywood is much adhered for its highest paid actors in the global phenomena and what reports we do have; the B-town superstars enjoy a lavish amount for their paid effort in a movie, in comparison to any other film industry around the world. There are some superstars in the B-town industry who demand a huge amount for a single project and a cold rivalry goes in between them to excel each other.

To take a few names in the industry who demand the most for a single project are the three Khans Shah Rukh khan, Aamir Khan, Salaman Khan and Akshay kumamr. But how will you react, if we say that the other famous name in the industry Hritik Roshan has excelled all of them in demanding highest amounts for a single project! Shocking know? Of course. We also had some same sort of reaction, when we first heard that.

But it’s a truth! In fact, the actor who has recently completed his upcoming home production flick ‘Krrish 3’ with director papa Rakesh Roshan, has hiked his price more about 50 percent of his past existing value in the industry.  Before also in 2006 he hiked his price once, but it was only 26 percent. But now it has excelled all other superstars and is governing the borders.

Reportedly, Hritik recently has demanded Rs 30 crore from the Fox Star Studios, for the remake of his next, the official remake of the  Hollywood hit Knight And Day starring Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz. And what we hear, this is the ever highest demanded amount in Bollywood yet. Before, if any actor has become able to reach near to this lofty amount, is Salman Khan who demanded Rs 27 crore for his last Bollywood hit ‘Ek Tha Tiger’.

However, the production house and Hritik thought it not wise to divulge anything about the deal. But, the trade experts and analysts have revealed that Hritik has excelled all the previous records of price hiking in the industry.

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