Telly tattle: Is Vishal Dadlani the highest paid judge of Indian Idol?

Updated: Oct 22, 2019, 10:35 IST | The Hitlist Team | Mumbai

Sources close to Vishal Dadlani suggest that he is taking home the biggest piece of the pie

Vishal Dadlani
Vishal Dadlani

Given the success of the 10th edition of Indian Idol last year, tattle about the revised fee for the show's judges has been doing the rounds of social media. While rumours have suggested that Vishal Dadlani was being paid Rs 4.5 lakh for each episode, the musician suggests the figure may be far more than anticipated. "I wouldn't get out of bed for the amounts being talked about," he says.

Sources close to the singer suggest that he is taking home the biggest piece of the pie. Indian Idol is currently being judged by Dadlani, Neha Kakkar and Anu Malik.

Ansh Bagri to hit the silver screen

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Sanjay Gangnani's lady avatar

Sanjay Gangani

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