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No flop affect on Ranbir Kapoor's price tag

The Kapoor's lad Ranbir Kapoor had a terrible experience throuhout the year. His much anticipated movies failed at box office and he witnessed back to back flops. But it seems these failures did not affect his price tag and lately, it has exposed during a raid on an agency named Kwan.

 Kwan manages the Tamasha star, Ranbir Kapoor's projects. It was recently raided by the IT department and revealed that Ranbir, was paid a mindboggling amount of Rs.38 crores to act in the movie. A source close to the movie also cleared it and said though Tamsha didn't collected as it was expected to do business, but Ranbir was paid Rs.38 cores for his part. Despite the movie's fate Ranbir Kapoor has learnt to cling his price tag. It was reported that he chrged 30 crores for the movie, Bombay Velvet, and the picture collected only 24 crores.

 The actor, got paid more money than the movie could ever make. Imtiaz Ali's Tamasha, was made with 75 crores budget, but the movie earned only 61.23 crores at the box office in 10 days. The movie has not really lived up to the expectations, and slowed down its pace after a week of its release. The movie received mixed responses from people. However, whether Ranbir Kapoor was really charged 38 crores to act in Tamasha, is not confirmed yet by the film-makers.Apart from Ranabir Kapoor, it was reported that Hritik Roshan had taken a whopping amount of 50 crores to star in Ashutosh Gowarikar's Mahenjo Daro. The movie has a budget of 100 crores, and lead actor, Hritik, has already taken half of its budget.

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