Varun Dhawan charges whopping amount for Remo D'souza's ABCD 3?

Updated: 06 December, 2018 19:35 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

According to an entertainment portal, Varun Dhawan had earlier charged Rs 32 crores but has now asked for Rs 21 crores for ABCD 3

Varun Dhawan
Varun Dhawan

Varun Dhawan, who has managed to have an all-hit record through his films in a span of six years of his career, has charged a whopping amount for his next film, ABCD 3. The film is touted to be the first ever dance film to be made on a scale of 4D and IMAX format. He will be sharing the screen space with the dancing diva, Katrina Kaif, who has swept the nation off their feet with her mesmerising moves.

According to a report in bollywood life, Varun has charged a humungous amount for this project. A source informed the entertainment portal that he has asked for Rs 21 crores for ABCD 3. "Though Sui Dhaaga and October weren't exact money-spinners, there is no denying that Varun is the most bankable amongst the young crop of actors. The producers have agreed to the amount. This fee places him in a league higher than Ranveer Singh and Ranbir Kapoor," revealed the source.

The film is touted to be one of India's biggest dance film to be made in 4D. On the other hand, director Remo D'souza gets paid 12 crores. The film will release on May 8, 2019. Earlier, there were reports of the Badlapur actor demanding Rs 32 crores and Katrina Kaif, Rs. 7 crores.

Do we say anything more about pay disparity?

Also Read: Varun Dhawan Paid 5 Times More Than Katrina Kaif For Their Dance Film?

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First Published: 06 December, 2018 16:30 IST

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