HYDERABAD: Akkineni Nagarjuna is one of the most popular south Indian stars and he is busy with the shooting works for his movie projects even in the age of 60’s. Despite his age factor he is one of the highest paid Tollywood stars in the Telugu film industry. Even during his second innings Nagarjuna is giving tough competition to young Tollywood heroes including his son’s Naga Chaitanya and Akhil.
The Bigg Boss Telugu season 4 earned huge TRP ratings with excellent hosting skills of Nagarjuna, even though he doesn’t have much experience as a host, he mesmerized Bigg Boss fans with his hosting. Looking at that even Bigg Boss makers were impressed and continued him as the host for the Bigg Boss Telugu Season 4 also.
So now Nagarjuna’s Remuneration for Bigg Boss Telugu season 4 is the most searched topic on the internet, now there is buzz that the profits earned by Nagrajuna due to Bigg Boss telugu show is much higher that the profits of Bigg Boss makers, as the Bigg Boss makers had chosen Annapurna studies for erecting Bigg Boss set which earned huge profits for Nagarjuna without a single rupee of investment.
Meanwhile Bigg Boss makers invested a huge amount for the show by paying remuneration to Nagarjuna, housemates and for the set. Added to that Nagarjuna has hiked his remuneration for Bigg Boss and is now reportedly taking Rs 16 lakh per single episode. Buzz is that Nagarjuna remuneration for Bigg Boss Telugu 4 is much higher than Kamal Haasan Remuneration for Bigg Boss Tamil and even Salman Khan Remuneration for Bigg Boss Hindi.
Meanwhile the Bigg Boss Telugu Season 4 Enters into 11th week from Today, November 16 and 70 episodes of the season 4 has completed and only a few days were left for this season to end up. If you take a look, there will be only a few strong contestants and another few days are left for this season to end up. There are only 8 contestants in the house and six contestants have been nominated for this week’s eviction. If reports are to go anything by, Monal is in the danger zone for this eviction week.