Ranbir and Deepika Returned Rs 15 Crores to 'Tamasha' Producers?

The reports suggested that Ranbir had returned back 10 crores and Deepika to have chipped in with 5 crores.

Published: 06th January 2016 02:57 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th January 2016 04:08 PM   |  A+A-


Bollywood actors Ranbir Kapoor left, and Deepika Padukone pose for photographs during the trailer launch of their film 'Tamasha' in Mumbai| AP

According to reports from MissMalini.com, it is widely speculated that 'Tamasha' lead pair Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone have returned a part of their remuneration back to producers of the movie.

The reports suggested that Ranbir had returned back Rs 10 crores and Deepika to have chipped in with Rs 5 crores totally summing up to Rs 15 crores.

In-spite of Tamasha gathering positive reviews from the critics, the movie failed to take off at the box-office. Highly riding on the successful pairing of Ranbir and Deepika, the movie fell under the average category at the box-office given the high production value.

To support the loss incurred by the producers Sajid Nadiadwala and UTV, this noble gesture is said to have been taken by the lead pair. 

It's also worth mentioning that the maverick filmmaker Anurag Kashyap also decided to return the production cost of his movie 'Bombay Velvet' which bombed big time at the box office.          

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