The stupendous success of his Hindi ‘Ghajini’ has made A.R. Murugadoss as costly as Shankar, the ultimate showman in Kollywood. The latter gets Rs 10 crore per film, say industry insiders.
Murugadoss has directed just three films -- ‘Dheena’, ‘Ramanaa’ and ‘Ghajini’—before he stepped onto Bollywood.
Aamir Khan, who played the lead in the Hindi version of ‘Ghajini’, has reportedly met the director after the film became a success and gave him a part of the profit.
The diminutive young director has fixed a fee of Rs 10 crore for his next film, a Shah Rukh Khan starrer, it is said. He is already getting requests from Bollywood actresses to cast them opposite King Khan.
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