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Shahid Kapoor Demands Rs. 35 Cr Post Kabir Singh.
Posted Date:-7/11/2019 5:43:24 PM

Shahid Kapoor is on cloud 9 after his latest film Kabir Singh's golden success, which has done a turnover of 240 crores at the domestic box office.
According to a report by the Mumbai Mirror, after the success of Kabir Singh, Shahid has increased his fees. The rumor is that he will charge around Rs 35 crores for his upcoming films. If this is true, then he will be one of the highest earning actors in Bollywood.
The film crossed the 200-crore mark at the box office, Shahid sent an emotional post to the Instagram for all his fans. "Your love is so tremendous that words will always fall short. Thanks to him for understanding him and loving him wholeheartedly, all of us are separated and we all try to rise above our own faults. To be better, be kind, it is flawed, so we are all. "
Shahid was recently seen in Sandeep Vanga Reddy’s Kabir Singh - remake of Vanga’s Telugu hit, Arjun Reddy. Kabir Singh has crossed Rs 200 crore in 13 days and is heading towards a Rs 250 crore collection figure, likely to topple Uri The Surgical Strike as the highest grosser of 2019 soon.
The film has already become Shahid’s biggest solo grosser and his highest solo opener. Trade analysts believe it will cross the lifetime business of Ranveer Singh-Sara Ali Khan’s Simbaa. Taran Adarsh tweeted, “#KabirSingh is a lottery... Continues to surprise with solid trending on [third] Mon... Will cross *lifetime biz* of #Simmba today [Tue]... Inches closer to #Uri... Fri 5.40 cr, Sat 7.51 cr, Sun 9.61 cr, Mon 4.25 cr. Total: 239.97 cr. India biz.”

While Shahid has been appreciated for his performance in the film, he has also been criticised for picking a character and a film that promotes toxic masculinity, misogyny and projects violent behaviour as an expression of love. However, Shahid, his brother Ishaan Khatter and mom Neelima Azeem, along with the film’s director Sandeep Vanga Reddy have defended the film and the lead character.


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