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HomeBollywoodDevara Fees: Janhvi Kapoor Doubles Her Pay for Jr NTR’s Movie, Claims Report

Devara Fees: Janhvi Kapoor Doubles Her Pay for Jr NTR’s Movie, Claims Report

Bollywood diva Janhvi Kapoor is certainly going locations in her profession. In a brief span of time, the actress made a reputation for herself in Hindi cinema. Now, she is all set to make her Telugu debut reverse Jr NTR within the upcoming movie Devara. The actress’ followers are anticipating a record-breaking outing for the movie. Amid the anticipation, stories of the actress elevating her charges are making rounds on the web.

Devara: Half 1 will mark Jr NTR’s first undertaking after his blockbuster movie RRR with SS Rajamouli. The actor shall be seen in a never-seen-before avatar and the movie’s posters and teaser have created a large buzz amongst film buffs. Kortala Siva is helming the movie, whereas Yuvasudha Arts and N. T. R. Arts are bankrolling it.

Saif Ali Khan has been roped in to play the lead antagonist of the film. Shine Tom Chacko, Prakash Raj, and others are enjoying supporting roles.

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How a lot is Janhvi Kapoor charging for Devara?

There have been rumors across the web about actresses elevating their film charges. In line with Deccan Chronicle, Janhvi Kapoor has additionally elevated her charges by 100% for Devara. Whereas the actress was allegedly charging $602.3K, she is now allegedly demanding $1.2 million for the movie. Nevertheless, if Janhvi has doubled her asking charges for the movie has not been confirmed by her or her staff.

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However, the actress can be starring in Ram Charan’s upcoming movie RC16. As per the identical report, the actress fees a whopping $722.7K for the film. These numbers are allegedly larger than the actress’s calls for in her Bollywood movies.

Janhvi Kapoor was final seen in Bawaal reverse Varun Dhawan. The film didn’t speak in confidence to constructive opinions, nonetheless, it managed to mint first rate numbers on the field workplace.

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