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Has Hrithik Roshan charged 48 crores for his film with Tiger Shroff?

Has Hrithik Roshan charged 48 crores for his film with Tiger Shroff?

Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan was last seen on the silver screen with his home production film Kaabil. The film did well at the box office even after clashing with Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees. Now after a long gap of two years, finally Hrithik Roshan is coming back to screens with his new film Super 30 that is slated to release on 12th July.

After that Hrithik will be seen with Tiger Shroff in their next film with director Siddharth Anand, tentatively titled as Fighters. The film is also being called one of the most anticipated films of the year 2019 and it will have ultimate action sequences. The interesting thing is that both the bonafide stars Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff are working together for the first time.

According to a media report, Hrithik Roshan has got a massive sum of 48 crores to be a part of this film. It has been two years since Hrithik has not been seen in any film but his stardom is not questionable at all. The reports also suggest that the amount Hrithik has been paid is quite multiple to Tiger Shroff's fees. However, it has also been told that Tiger Shroff also has got much high price compared to his contemporaries.

The source related to the production house told, "The producers are completely fine with the money they invest on him because having Hrithik also promises them a good opening and great returns on their investments. His films also fetch a moderately high price on satellite and digital too. So the producers find it easy to cover the costs too."

Let us tell you that the film stars Vaani Kapoor in the leading role opposite the actors. The film has directed by Bang Bang fame director Siddharth Anand. The film is expected to release on Gandhi Jayanti 2019.

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First published: 9 June 2019, 10:37 IST
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