Bigg Boss 13: Salman Khan's Per Episode Fees Is Rs 13 Crore, Almost Same As The Opening Day Collection Of His Blockbusters
Bigg Boss 13 Salman Khan fees per episode: The much-hyped reality show gets the Dabangg Khan on the small screen and of course, he charges a bomb to be on the show. If reports are to be believed, Salman has hiked his fees for the 13th season
Salman Khan and Bigg Boss have become synonymous. We cannot imagine any other star turning into a host for the controversial show. That being said, Salman Khan charges a bomb to be on the show and why not, he is so involved in it that he rips apart every offender in the house. If reports are to be believed, Salman Khan has hiked his fees this time to be on the show. Salman’s fees for Bigg Boss has always been a topic of discussion and if current reports are anything to go by, then for the coming season, Salman will earn close to Rs 200 crore.
In fact, some reports exaggerated on the fees and shared that Salman would be making whopping Rs 400 crore for BB 13. However, a report in Pinkvilla says these reports are not true. A source has mentioned that Salman Khan has hiked his fees from Rs 11 crore per day to Rs 13 crore per day and that means he'll be making approximately Rs 200 crore this season. "He has hiked his fee and will get Rs 13 crore per week, which means Rs 6.5 crore per episode. That also means that he will, in fact, be earning close to Rs 200 crore (Rs 195 crore exactly) this time and not 400 crores as being reported,” said the source. Salman Khan cans two episodes in one day and hence, he charges on per day basis.
Wow! That’s our years of salary combined and even then the amount is much more than one can imagine, dammit!
Talking about Bigg Boss 13, the show is going to be all celebrity centric and it was just yesterday that Salman launched the new season on a metro station in Mumbai.
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