Rubina Dilaik or Rahul Vaidya; who is earning more? How much Bigg Boss 14 contestants are getting per week
Bigg Boss 14 is coming to an end, this is the final week so let us look at few of the contestants per week income
Bigg Boss season 14 has kept the viewers engaged thought out four months. With never-ending drama, fights, love, secrets etc this year the house has kept us at the edge of their seats.
All contestants has garnered a lot of attention and popularity, and also a good weekly income too.
At the beginning of the show, we saw toofani seniors Sidharth Shukla, Hina Khan and Gauahar Khan entered the house for 3 weeks to support and advice all-new contestants.
During that time, these toofani seniors used to earn more than 20 lakhs per week. According to Bigg Boss's insider account The Khabri, Sidharth used to take home Rs 32 lakhs, Hina Khan Rs 25 lakh and Gauahar Khan earned Rs 20 lakh per week.
Now, lets move on to the contestants of the show, Rahul Vaidya, who is in the top five gets Rs. 1 lakh per week.
Naughty Nikki Tamboli, who is known for ger fights and bad behavious gets Rs. 1.2 lakh. Abhinav Shukla and Pavitra Punia get the same amount Rs. 1.5 lakh per week. Eijaz Khan used to get Rs 1.8 lakh.
Shehnaz Deol and Jaan Kumar Sanu used to get Rs 50,000 and Rs 80,000 respectively.
Nishant Singh Malkani and Sara Gurpal, who were evected long back used to get Rs 2 lakh per week each.
Last week, we saw Vindu Dara Singh said, when Rakhi Sawant sacrificed Rs 14 lakh from the Bigg Boss 14 winner's prize money to get into the final week, that you did well at least you will get your Rs 2 lakh more for the extra week in the house. It means Rakhi is getting Rs 2 lakh per week.
Jasmin Bhasin, who is also called Jas'MEAN' because of her negavity in the house towards Rubina and Abhinav used to getting Rs 3 lakh.
Rubina Dilaik is one of the highest-paid with Rs 5 lakh and Aly Goni topped the list by Rs 16 Lakh.
Come to the host Salman Khan's payment, many reports suggested that the actor’s pay has risen since he first started hosting the Bigg Boss.
Salman said to Abhishek Rege, CEO of Endemol Shine India, at the launch event: “I am more than happy to cut it down so everyone else can get paid.”