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Salman gets a fee hike



November 9, 2010 01:35:53 PM IST
Glamsham Editorial
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Post the success of his film DABANGG Salman's fee has hiked considerably. First it was the TV show BIGG BOSS that according to reports fetches him Rs 2 crores per episode and now it's learnt that Salman will return to his first TV show DUS KA DUM at a rate that is even higher.

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It must be recalled that Salman had signed the first season of DUS KA DUM at a whopping Rs 89 crores for 104 episodes. Now, the actor has increased his fee and has demanded Rs 2.5 crore per episode for the new season. The good news is that the producers of the show have agreed to Salman's terms and conditions keeping the fact of his growing popularity in mind.

Well, let's hope Salman's popularity and fees never stop soaring.



 
  

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