SHOCKING! Dheeraj Dhoopar Is One Of The Highest-Paid Actors On TV As He Charges THIS MUCH Per Episode For Sherdil Shergill- READ REPORTS

Dheeraj Dhoopar’s per-day earnings make him one of the highest-paid actors on television!

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SHOCKING! Dheeraj Dhoopar Is One Of The Highest-Paid Actors On TV As He Charges THIS MUCH Per Episode For Sherdil Shergill- READ REPORTS
Dheeraj Dhoopar has become one of the most sought-after television actors. His stints in Sasural Simar Ka and Kundali Bhagya have made him a household name. The actor is currently playing the role of Rajkumar Yadav in Sherdil Shergill.

Fans are always excited to know more about the actor. He is an avid social media user and currently has over 4.5 million followers on Instagram. While he often shares glimpses of his life with his fans, we have just learnt the per-day earnings of the superstar, and we are sure it will leave you shocked! ALSO READ: Congratulations! Kundali Bhagya Actor Dheeraj Dhoopar, Wife Vinny Arora Welcome Their FIRST CHILD, Couple Blessed With A Baby Boy

According to an India.com report, Dheeraj charges a whopping Rs 1.5-2 lakh plus GST for each episode he shoots. Yes, you read that right! It has been reported that not only does he earn in lakhs but is also one of the highest-paid actors on Indian television.


For the unversed, Dheeraj made his television debut with Maat Pitaah Ke Charnon Mein Swarg. The actor is currently seen alongside Surbhi Chandna in Sherdil Shergill. He has received many awards over the years for his exceptional performances, including Gold Awards and Indian Television Academy Awards for Best Actor (Male). ALSO READ: Kundali Bhagya's Dheeraj Dhoopar On TV Actors Getting Stereotyped; 'We Shouldn't Be Treated Like Pariah'

Last year, during an interview with ETimes, he spoke about television actors not getting good opportunities on OTT platforms. Speaking about the comparisons made between actors who work on television, movies, and OTT, he said, "I am a part of the entertainment industry and I shouldn’t be slotted as a TV artiste. If I become a part of OTT shows or films, I won’t be addressed by the medium I am acting on, right? I will still be called an actor, and that is what I am striving for. People say that the lines are blurring. But why was there a demarcation in the first place? Casting directors appreciate our talent, but the minute they get to know that we are from television, they change their minds. We shouldn’t be treated like a pariah. I want to explore every medium simultaneously. People assume that just because we are busy doing a daily soap, we won’t be able to take up another project."


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