The last few movies starring Shah Rukh Khan did poorly at the box office. However, his most recent picture, Pathaan, effectively silenced his critics. It made history by becoming the first Hindi movie to gross more than Rs 500 crores at the Indian box office, also starring Deepika Padukone and John Abraham. Particularly in the part where he works with Tiger, who is portrayed by Salman Khan and vanquishes the villains, it drove audiences insane in theaters.
The news that Shah Rukh Khan will make a cameo appearance in Salman Khan‘s Tiger 3, which hits theaters on Diwali, has fans giddy. The industry and audiences are far more excited with Tiger vs. Pathaan, though. It’s undoubtedly one of the most eagerly awaited movies in Indian cinema because it stars Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan in significant roles.
Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, and Aditya Chopra have chosen the profit-sharing arrangement, a source told us. These days, the majority of celebrities choose this payment method over one that requires payment up front. But Tiger vs. Pathaan is a special circumstance because Salman and SRK will each receive 40% of the income.
“Yash Raj Films will receive a 20% profit share in the movie,” the insider stated. Despite the fact that 20% may appear insufficient, considering the expected scale of the profits, it will still amount to a sizable sum of money. Let’s not forget that only from the theaters, Pathaan has raked in more than Rs 1000 crores worldwide. A bigger hit will undoubtedly be Tiger vs. Pathaan. This implies that profits will also increase.
“It’s standard practice for stars to charge 60% or 70% of profits made by a film,” remarked a source in the business. Tiger vs. Pathaan is a special instance since two actors who are equally famous and well-liked have finally decided to collaborate on a project. The actors in recent two-hero movies have typically been unequal in terms of star power. Therefore, the compensation was previously unbalanced. But in Tiger vs. Pathaan, both actors merit equal compensation. Furthermore, they are both enormous, so it should come as no surprise that they will grab the most of the income.