Here is how much the performers were paid for their performances in OMG 2, which is currently dominating the box office despite stiff opposition from Gadar 2.
Despite stiff competition from Gadar 2 and Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani, OMG 2, the sequel to Oh My God, starring Akshay Kumar, Pankaj Tripathi, and others, has already been shattering records at the box office since its theatrical debut. As we’ve been discussing Akshay Kumar’s fees and how he didn’t collect any money,
While Pankaj Tripathi plays the lead in OMG 2, Akshay plays the role of Lord Shiva. In her role as a lawyer, Yami Gautam
Like its predecessor, OMG 2 by Amit Rai reportedly had a controlled budget, and it was reportedly completed for less than Rs 65 crore. See who made what
Akshay, who typically makes between Rs 50 and Rs 100 crore per movie, didn’t make any money off of OMG 2. The producer Ajit Andhare refuted rumours that the actor received Rs 35 crores for his performance. He admitted in a conversation that “claims of the OMG 2 budget are greatly overstated. On the contrary, Akshay (Kumar) did not request any payment and, in fact, walked through the creative and financial risk associated with such a brave project alongside us.
One of Bollywood’s most gifted actors is Pankaj Tripathi. In the movie, he confides in Lord Shiva. According to estimates, the actor typically receives Rs 2 to 3 crore for each film. However, according to English Jagran, the actor had asked for Rs 5 crore, or about 7.69% of the movie’s 65 crore budget.
In OMG 2, Yami portrays a lawyer defending Pankaj Tripathi. Gautam reportedly asked for an astounding Rs 8 crore for her part in the movie, according to English Jagran.
According to the BollywoodMDB report, Arun Govil charged Rs 50 lakh for the unversed, and Govind Namdev earned Rs 40 lakh for his involvement in the movie.