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My Rs 11 crore is a small step towards equality: Kangana
Published :Friday, 28 August, 2015,  Time : 12:00 AM  View Count : 22
"Who wouldn't want to be called 'lady Aamir Khan'?," says an uninhibited Kangana Ranaut in an exclusive conversation with Indian Express in New Delhi, when asked about the constant comparisons with the perfectionist Aamir.
Kangana Ranaut might be perfection personified and at the top of her game right now, yet the remuneration she gets for her movies would lag far behind that of Aamir, or for that matter any other Khan.
She explained the problem saying that a scene and two songs can not obviously bring enough money to compare with the actors. If the actresses received blockbuster deals like actors they could demand higher remunerations. Kangana Ranaut, reportedly became the highest paid actress in Bollywood with a deal of Rs 11 cr.
For the first time ever, the ranking of the World's highest-paid actors for the year 2015 looked outside US to list the most-highly paid male actors across the world. The list featured 12 newcomers, five from India alone. Of 34 actors, Indian stars comprised the largest number of listees after US. Amitabh Bachchan, Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar were the three stars who featured in the top 10 of the list.
Among the actresses, not a single Bollywood actress made to the coveted list.
According to another list, while Salman Khan leads the pack with earnings of about Rs 60 cr, Kangana has Rs 11 cr to her credits. Many actresses, from Bollywood too, have criticised the huge disparity in the incomes. And Kangana too supports the general notion.
"Queen' did make money, about Rs 100 cr, but still I wasn't sure how much money could I ask for after that. Also, giving a 250 cr money is a different thing altogether. My getting Rs 11 cr is a small step towards that equality you are talking about," added Kangana. ?Indian Express

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