Deepika Padukone’s personal bodyguard, Jalal, has been with Deepika since ages and has been captured along with the actress on many occasions. To add more, he was leading the ‘Ladkiwale Brigade’ during Ranveer Singh-Deepika Padukone’s wedding. In fact, Deepika considers him as brother and ties Rakhi on every Rakshabandhan.
Undoubtedly, Jalal, plays a significant role in Deepika Padukone’s life and safety but here comes the truth on what might be his annual salary and this is bound to sweep you off your feet. Well, as per the report of Jansatta, Jalal’s salary in 2017 was Rs 80 lakh per year, which definitely implies, it has increased to around Rs 1 crore now.
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To be able to play a small part in a film that captures one of the most iconic moments in sporting history has been an absolute honour. Ive seen very closely the role a wife plays in the success of her husband’s professional and personal aspirations in my mother and 83 for me in many ways is an ode to every woman who puts her husband’s dream before her own…#thisis83 @kabirkhankk @ranveersingh @_kaproductions @reliance.entertainment @fuhsephantom @nadiadwalagrandson @vibrimedia @83thefilm
On the work front, Deepika Padukone will be next appearing in Kabir Khan’s ’83, which also features husband Ranveer Singh in a lead role. Talking about the actress coming on board, director Kabir Khan earlier told us, “I think the background, the fact that her dad, Prakash Padukone was a sports superstar, that influenced her very strongly. It wasn’t because Deepika had agreed to do the film that I wrote the role. Deepika liked the role, and that’s why she agreed to do the film. We never initially intended it that way (Deepika being a part of the film), and as Deepika said, there’s a certain support role that the family plays, and I wanted to capture that, which is why I wrote the character of Romi, and when I narrated it to Deepika, I knew it was a small role. So, I said to Deepika, ‘Just listen to the film. If you like it, you’ll come on board, if not, you won’t come on board. She heard the film, and she knew it was about the team and the boys and Kapil. But, she just loved the script and so, she came on board.”