Akshay Kumar And Tiger Shroff Reduce Their Fees For 'Bade Miyan Chote Miyan' After Series Of Flops?

Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff recently joined hands for an upcoming venture titled Bade Miyan Chote Miyan which is touted to be a remake of 1998 of the same name. There were reports that the movie had hit a block and the production of the movie was stalled due to budget issues.

The reports also stated that Akshay signed the film for ₹144 crores and has now cut down his remuneration by 50%. It also added that Tiger has also settled for 20-35% lesser than the initial offer. Both Kumar and Shroff have had a series of flops in the past year like Samrat Prithviraj and Heropanti 2.

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Now the producer of the movie, Jackky Bhagnani has addressed these rumours and clarified if the movie is put on hold. Sharing a news article, Bhagnani wrote, “Absolutely InCorrect !! Source-The Producer ( i am sure i am reliable ) Get ready for this action-packed Dhamaka which was always on track.”

Earlier, director Ali Abbas Zafar told Hindustan Times, “This is absolutely baseless. We are very much on track and there’s no truth to the shelving rumours. We are currently working on the pre-production. For a film of this large scale, months of pre-production is needed. We will go on floors by the end of this year or early next year and shoot in the UK.”

John Colin

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