Check Out The Amount Charged By Shah Rukh Khan For Paid Promotion

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Shah Rukh Khan is not just a name; it’s a brand. Not only in Bollywood, but he also rules the hearts of millions of people worldwide. He is very much active on social media, and you can imagine how popular he is by visiting his social media profiles.

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With doctorates from Indian universities and foreign borders, such as Australia and London, and a wax replica at Madame Tussauds, the international status of SRK does not require much evidence. His films also have fantastic box office collections in the Gulf and even parts of America and England.

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Just like any other Bollywood Star, his source of income is not only dependent on his movies. He’s got a production house known as the Red Chillies Entertainment, a couple of other firms, and on Instagram, a sleek monetizing fee for paid posts.

It is a forum for brands to display their goods to the incredible 22.4 million supporter base of SRK. The paid advertisements are mostly for brands that SRK often endorses, with a few examples being Airbnb and Big Basket.

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Although these may be part of an all-inclusive package for TVCs and print content services from SRK, only a paid advertisement on his Instagram comes at a hefty cost. Shah Rukh Khan’s fees for a single Instagram post stand at Rs 80 lakh to 1 crore, although he’s not among one of the highest-paid influencers. This amount is disclosed by Filmfare.

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