‘Brahmastra’ actors emptied out Karan Johar’s pockets?

Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt-starrer Brahmāstra: Segment One – Shiva is a super spending plan film, by and large contained a fantastic INR 410 crore, making it the most exorbitant film made in Bollywood.

Made by Karan Johar, the film is doing wonders in the true to life world, as the lavish film has crossed the INR 200 crore mark and taking a gander at to enter the 500 crore club.

As per the latest media reports, Ranbir Kapoor who wore the principal hero of Shiva has obviously been paid around INR 25 to 30 crore for the film, as shown by News18 and Bollywood Life. The aggregate is twofold what the performer charged in his earlier film, Shamshera, as per Business Insider.

The lead boss of the film has been given a check of nearly INR 10 to 12 crore, as indicated by News18 and Bollywood Life. The RRR performer is seen as maybe of the most liberally remunerated performer in Hindi film, including getting INR 20 crore for the generally lauded film Gangubai Kathiawadi, according to India Today.

If grapevine to acknowledge, Enormous B consistently charges a measure of INR 10 to 30 crore for each film, as per IMDB. Regardless, for Ayan Mukerji’s film, the Sholay performer purportedly got a pay between INR 8 to 10 crore.

As per the tattle production line, performer Nagarjuna Akkineni’s occupation is the most basic in the film. The 63-year-old Telugu performer, who has more than 100 motion pictures to his name, has been paid INR 9 to 11 crore for the film, according to News 18 and Bollywood Life.

Naagin-acclaimed Mouni Roy, the chief foe, has been paid INR 3 crore, per News18 and Bollywood Life.