Ranbir Kapoor Adds A Special Clause To His Contract; Will Charge Extra Remuneration Per Day If Film Does Not Finish On Time - REPORTS

A latest report suggests that Ranbir Kapoor has added a special clause in contract about charging extra fees if the films do not finish on time

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Ranbir Kapoor Adds A Special Clause To His Contract; Will Charge Extra Remuneration Per Day If Film Does Not Finish On Time - REPORTS
Looks like Ranbir Kapoor has learnt a lesson through excessive delays of his several projects. We remember his Jagga Jasoos getting delayed on several occasions as some of the scenes had to be reshot. Now, his film Brahmastra co-starring Alia Bhatt and helmed by friend Ayan Mukerji is getting delayed for several reasons. If nothing else, the pandemic has pushed the release of Brahamastra as it brought a halt to its shooting. All of this seems to have alerted Ranbir who has now supposedly added a clause to his contract about remuneration.

As reported by Mumbai Mirror, Ranbir Kapoor is going to start work on a new film from January 6. For the past two years, he has been working on projects like Shamshera and Brahamstra that are yet to hit the screens. He is now going to start work on his film directed by Luv Ranjan. He will be sharing the screen space with Shraddha Kapoor in this one. A source has revealed that RK has brought a change in the contract and added a clause stating that he will charge extra per day if the shoot does not end on time.

"Ranbir no longer wants his films to take so long to finish; the idea is to shoot nonstop for Luv’s film and complete it by May 2021," stated the source.

Ranbir Kapoor was last seen in Sanjay Dutt's biopic titled Sanju. The film was released in June 2018. Since then, Ranbir's fans have been desperately waiting to watch him in the theatres. (Also Read: Alia Bhatt Cheers For Boyfriend Ranbir Kapoor's Team Mumbai City FC At Goa Game; Lovers Lend A Dash Of Glam At The Stands)




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