Monday, January 30, 2023

Shahrukh Khan charged the lowest fee for ‘Pathan’, if the film becomes a hit, you will get crores of rupees

Fans are eagerly waiting for Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Pathan’. The big budget Bollywood film is releasing in theaters on 25 January. ‘Pathan’ is the dream film of Bollywood emperor. Shahrukh Khan is going to be seen as an action hero in the film. Have come to know a lot about ‘Pathan’ till now. Let us now know how much fees King Khan has charged for the film.

Pathan is a big budget film
‘Pathan’ is the first big release of 2023. According to sources, the film has been made with a budget of around Rs 250 crore. After knowing this, it is justified to have a question in the mind that how much fee has been charged by Shahrukh for ‘Pathan’. To know this, India Today spoke to a trade expert. Trade expert says, Shah Rukh Khan has charged around Rs 35-40 crore for ‘Pathan’. Many people would be surprised to know this. Isn’t it? It is reasonable to be, because how can a superstar like Shah Rukh Khan work for such a low fee.

In response to this, trade experts say, Shah Rukh Khan charged less for Pathan because he also has a profit share in the film. Shah Rukh Khan is not the first actor to work on this model. Apart from King Khan, stars like Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan also work on this model. Apart from the signing fees, all these stars charge a major share of the film’s profits.

Will prove to be the biggest hit
There is a lot of buzz among the audience about ‘Pathan’. Experts believe that the advance booking of the film is being done very fast. Because of this, ‘Pathan’ can open between 35-40 first. If this happens, ‘Pathan’ will be able to beat the opening day of ‘Happy New Year’. ‘Happy New Year’ did a business of around 36 crores on the first day.

Before ‘Pathan’, Shah Rukh Khan was seen in ‘Zero’ in 2018. Now after four years, he is ready to make a tremendous comeback with ‘Pathan’. Deepika Padukone and John Abraham are also with him in the film.

Have you booked ‘Pathan’ or not?

Report – Nirali Kanbar

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