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Deepika Padukone refusing remuneration for Prabhas21 for THIS reason?

Deepika Padukone and Prabhas' film has become the biggest headlines in the entertainment world. The actress is now the highest paid lead in the country.

Deepika Padukone and Prabhas’ movie has been the talk of the town ever since the diva announced it on social media. Fans of both the actors cannot wait to see them onscreen. However, rumors of Deepika’s payment have been subjected to multiple speculations until now.

While previously it was reported that Deepika Padukone was offered 30 crores for Prabhas21, a few popular media outlets claimed that she signed a deal for 20 crores. This would ultimately make Deepika the highest-paid actress in the country.

In the latest updates surrounding her payment in the film, it is claimed that the Chapaak actor has decided to not take any remuneration for the big-budget Prabhas starrer.

According to reliable sources, Deepika Padukone has signed a profit-sharing agreement with the makers. This would mean the actor will be taking shares in the profits and will not receive a token payment before the beginning of the film.

While it is unusual for an actress in Bollywood to choose this, Deepika would become one of the first actresses to choose this revolutionary model. The proposition is also favorable to the actress and  Vyjayanthi Movies both of whom are producing the film. The Prabhas starrer film will definitely be a huge craze amongst fans all over India due to his magnanimous popularity. Also, Deepika and Prabhas’ debut pairing is sure to make the film a blockbuster. 

The film will be helmed by Nag Ashwin and is scheduled to go on floors in 2021. Meanwhile, Deepika was last seen in critically acclaimed film Chapaak, while Prabhas gave a commercial blockbuster with Saaho.

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