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 The last few months have not exactly been delightful for the Bollywood industry. While it is still recovering from the coronavirus outbreak, like the rest of the country, it has now been hit by the boycott trend because of which films like Laal Singh Chaddha and Raksha Bandhan were unable to fare well. Interestingly, there are some actors who despite delivering flops have reportedly hiked their fee for upcoming projects, which we are eagerly waiting for. Here’s a list!

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Ranbir Kapoor after Shamshera
Ranbir, who made his comeback to the silver screen after 4 years with Shamshera, charged around Rs 15 crore for the film. Sadly it tanked at the box office. Well, his fee for Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Animal is roughly Rs 60-70 crore.
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Shahid Kapoor after Jersey
Shahid delivered an impactful performance in Jersey, but the film still ended up doing disastrous work at the box office. He was reportedly paid Rs 30 crore for the sports drama. Well, after release when he was approached for another project by a director, the actor quoted a fee of 35 crore.
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Kangana Ranaut after Thalaivii
Bollywood’s Queen Kangana reportedly hiked her fee by Rs 2 crore after playing the role of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa in Thalaivii, for which she earned Rs 24 crore. The film was a flop but the actress charged Rs 26 crore for her next release Dhaakad.
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Ranveer Singh after 83
Kabir Khan’s 83 won hearts, but bombed at the box office. Bollywood’s livewire Ranveer Singh, who left us in awe with his performance as Kapil Dev, charged Rs 13 crore for the sports drama. But for his next film Jayeshbhai Jordaar, he hiked his fee to Rs 30 crore. Sadly, even this failed to do well at the ticket windows.
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John Abraham after Satyameva Jayate 2
After Satyameva Jayate 2, which was referred to as the ‘biggest disaster as a sequel ever’, John asked for a remuneration of Rs 21 crore for Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain Returns. In the last three years, he has reportedly hiked his fees by 14 crore.Source

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