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You Won’t Believe Hrithik Roshan Paid This Amount As Advance Tax

If you still believe that the entire Khan’s of Bollywood are the only money makers in the industry then probably you are wrong.  There’s no denying the fact that Bollywood industry contributes substantially to the Indian government on behalf of their tax. With the demonetization affect the number of Advance Tax payers till December 2016 clearly states that 2016 is all about money.

But relating this to Bollywood industry, there’ not much effect noticed in terms of taxpayers as almost all the actors had received their pay before the 8th November 2016 (Demonetization declared).

List of Highest Advance Tax Paid by Bollywood Celebrities This Year

The list exclusive enfolds the outrageous amount of money, but there a special case of Ranbir Kapoor and Hrithik Roshan.

In the 3rd quarter of the financial year, the most sexiest actor of the tinsel town Hrithik Roshan is winning by 1500% jump in his earning if compare his balance with the last year. Hrithik Roshan has paid an advance tax of a huge amount of 80 crores this time (Dec 2016), last year he paid 50 crores.


His last release Mohenjo Daro made it to 100 crore club, but the film didn’t perform well at the box office. However, HR made a good earning out of the film. Sources revealed – Though the film did not perform well as per the expectation in box office, but Hrithik made a good earning out it”.

Aamir Khan stood on second position, he has paid an advance tax of around Rs 72 crore. Last year he paid 34 crore this time because of his upcoming release, he made it to jump by 112 %.

According to the sources, Aamir Khan’s Dangal would record a handsome amount at the box office. The film is all set to release tomorrow on silver screens.

Also Read – Finally Income Tax Officials Raid On The Properties Of Baahubali Makers

Ranbir Kapoor stood at 3rd position. He paid an advance tax of Rs 37 crore in the third quarter of the financial year. Last year he only paid 9 crores and this time it is just because of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, he had earned a handsome amount. His earning jumped to 311 % this year.

Might be because of the controversies, and big thanks to Fawad Khan, this movie collected around 250 crores at the box office. But doesn’t matter Ranbir Kapoor is still in the list of highest paid celebs.

Next Salman Khan is in the list, who has paid an advance tax of around 14 crores, with a jump of 40% last year.


Airlift star Akshay Kumar is next who had paid an advance tax of figure 10 crore. Last year he paid Rs 8 crore.

You won’t believe, but this is true that Deepika Padukone earnings have gone down by 8 %. She has paid an advance tax of 3 crore, but last year she had paid a gross amount of 3.2 crores.


Next comes new Mommy of the town Kareena Kapoor Khan, she has managed to pay 70 lakhs as an advance tax. Last year she paid a tax of 2.1 crores, her earning has gone down by 6.7 %.

Talking about the directors list, K-Johar has become the highest advance tax payer by mid December. He paid rs 4.2 crore, compared to 1 crore last year.

Ramleela Director Sanjay Leela Bhansali has paid an advance tax of rs 30 lakhs this year. His earnings are jumped by 329% as compared to last year.

Well, if you are waiting for SRK, Amitabh Bachchan, PeeCee and Aish in the list, then apologize for the same as the accounts of these starts are handled by the central wing of the department and the income tax dept has refused to share their advanced numbers. But it is the surprising news that Hrithik Roshan has paid the highest amount as an advance tax.

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