Ranveer Singh is indeed a true charm and heartthrob for many, and his fans adore the passion and charisma that he brings to the game through his magnanimous personality. He’s trendy, elegant, confident, and above all, fun-loving, which pretty well covers up all of the essential requirements for an entertainer through today’s world.
Ranveer’s career has taken off in recent years, with films like Ramleela, Bajirao Mastani, Dil Dhadakne Do, Gully Boy, and many others helping him carve out a place as an entertainer.
It’s only reasonable that Ranveer’s movie costs would have increased following all of these successes. So, how much he would be charging per film right now? Let’s have a look.
Ranveer Singh is said to charge a staggering 20 crores for every film, according to sources in Filmfare. Isn’t that incredible? His income is determined by movie payments, endorsements deals, or stage appearances. He also may receive a revenue share from the film’s earnings in addition to payment. According to a source, he became India’s fifth most paid actor in 2019.
Head & Shoulders, Manyavar, Ching’s, Jack & Jones, Thums UpBingo, Set Wet, Colgate, Make My Trip, and several other brands are endorsed by Ranveer for which, he charges approximately Rs. 4–5 crore rupees.
The brand value of the actor is nearly Rs. 84 crores.
He also owns several luxurious vehicles, including an Aston Martin Rapid S, a Mercedes Benz GLS, and a Jaguar XJ L. He paid a hefty amount of Rs. 3 crore for a Lamborghini Urus.
He starred in Sanjay Leela Bansali’s Bajirao Mastani in 2015 and Padmaavat in 2018 which were one of the highest-grossing in their respective years.
In December 2018, he was featured in Rohit Shetty’s Simmba, wherein he played a mass hero as well as a cop, and then in February 2019, he starred in Gully Boy, in which he played a rapper. Both films were a huge hit at the box office.
Speaking about his upcoming projects, the actor has interesting movies lined up ahead. He will be starring in the upcoming film ’83’, Takht, Cirkus, Jayeshbhai Jordaar, among others.