There has been a concept in the past, of actors claiming their
share of profits in the success of movies they star in, rather than just
with a fixed remuneration. It seems that young Imran Khan
with his not so long stint in the industry has picked up the smart move
and added himself to the list of actors who earn manifold, hence.
Rumors have it, that for Break Ke Baad, Imran didn't
charge one single penny on fixed contract; instead he choose the path of
profit sharing on the gross earnings with the movie makers. While one
has to admit that the decision is a fair gamble, we may also accept
Imran's great self confidence in believing that the movie would set cash
registers ringing at BO.
In his past films, Imran stuck to the orthodox fixing his sign up value trend, and BKB is the first time that he ventures to take the risk of profit sharing.
it would be interesting to know more about the kind of understanding
the producers and director had with their male protagonist over his pay,
Kunal Kohli keeping ethics on priority keeps mum about the details. A dicey scheme of affairs... and yet. Your take will be?!