Tollywood is taking over Bollywood because of various reasons such as the outstanding acting skills of South actors, the storyline, the fight sequence, the amazing effects and the overall quality of movies they produce.
Hence, Tollywood superstars enjoy a huge fan base and earn handsome remuneration for obvious reasons. So, before we reveal the per movie fee of these South superstars, we request you to please subscribe to our channel TVN.
Naveen Kumar Gowda, better known as Yash, is grabbing headlines with his stellar performance in his latest film KGF: Chapter 2. Yash aka Rocky Bhai charged Rs 30 crores for KGF Chapter 2, according to reports.
Mahesh Babu, the most charming superstar in Tollywood, has a massive fan base. He reportedly charges around Rs 55 crore for a film.
According to latest reports, he has increased his remuneration to over Rs 80 crores.
Stylish Star Allu Arjun charges between Rs 20 crore and 22 crore per movie. For both the parts of Pushpa: The Rise, he has reportedly charged around Rs 60 crores.
He might get more than Rs 100 crore for his next project, as per latest reports.
Jr NTR was paid around Rs 4 lakh for his debut film years ago. With RRR, Jr NTR has increased his fee to Rs 45 crore per film.
Ram Charan was previously paid around Rs 35 crore per movie. He hiked his fee for RRR and took home around Rs 43 crores.
Interestingly, he has charged more than Rs 100 crores for his next project, entering the Rs 100 crore club.
Baahubali actor Prabhas is already a part of the 100 crore club. He has reportedly charged Rs 150 crores for Adipursh and more than Rs 125 crore for Spirit.
Vijay Deverakonda earned Rs 5 lakh for his debut film and today the Arjun Reddy star is reportedly charging more than Rs 10 crores per movie.
Thalapathy Vijay earlier used to earn over Rs 80 crore per film. As per reports, he charged Rs 120 crores for his film Beast.
So, which Tollywood superstar is your favourite? Let us know in the comment section.
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