Lately, we have heard a considerable measure about on-screen characters taking a pay cut in light of a legitimate concern for the business and makers. Everyone is mindful that Bollywood keeps running on hotshots not substance thus it gets to be clear for the makers to shell out a ton of cash to add a dash of superstardom to their tasks. So at whatever point these on-screen characters chooses to take a pay cut, they are hailed and legitimately so. However, sometimes we additionally hear stories about how on-screen characters don’t generally make any concessions to the extent their compensations are concerned. An exemplary sample of the same is Mohenjo Daro. Talk has it that Hrithik Roshan’s expense for the film is 50 crore while the financial backing of the film is 100 crore!
Yes, as per bits of gossip, Hrithik has taken 50 crore for the film. Mohenjo Daro is made at a financial plan of 100 crore thus with 50 crore to the on-screen character, just 50 more is left for the film which incorporates CGI work. The film is set in the pre-memorable time when people were starting to have a civilized society. So to reproduce that time, exceptional and visual impacts will assume key parts. It will need intricate sets and with a battle scene in the middle of Hrithik and 20 ft long crocodile, it must be nothing not as much as great. However, with just 50 crores close by, we think about the amount of equity Ashutosh Gowarikar would have the capacity to do to the film