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Kareena Kapoor Khan’s fat paycheque for Dance India Dance will leave you surprised

Kareena Kapoor Khan’s fat paycheque for Dance India Dance will leave you surprised
B-town diva Kareena Kapoor Khan.

Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, July 17 

Kareena Kapoor Khan has been running around trying to make time for her family in London and shooting for Zee Tv’s popular dance reality show Dance India Dance. 

The actress, who made her Television debut with Dance India Dance season 7, is supposed to be the highest paid Indian actress on TV. 

Bebo has refused to share this information, but now by the looks of it the cat is finally out of the bag. 

According to a report in DNA, Bebo is getting a whopping amount of Rs 3 crore per episode. Undoubtedly, much more than any actress has been paid for a Television stint. 

While Kareena never shared the details of her paycheque for the dance show, she mentioned that she’s getting paid what she deserves as TV requires more dedication from an artist. 

Bebo flies down to the country from London, every week to shoot for her weekly appearance on DID.

In previous interviews, Kareena was heard saying: “You need to put a lot of hard work, especially on television. So definitely, the pay package has to be a good amount. And when a male judge can get it, why not a female judge? Also, it’s the first time that a mainstream actress has forayed into TV and a dance reality show at this point in her career. So, I think I have got what I completely deserve for the hours I will put in.”

Kareena has also completed shooting for her parts in ‘Angrezi Medium’ in London. Kareena has a special appearance in the film that stars Irrfan Khan. 


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