Anupamaa: Rupali Ganguly Becomes The Highest Paid TV Actress After She Doubles Her Fees: Report



  • According to reports, Rupali Ganguly earns more than any of her Anupamaa co-stars.
  • Rupali Ganguly’s fees have reportedly risen after Anupamaa started in July 2020.
  • Gaurav Khanna, Sudhanshu Pandey, Aneri Vajani, and Madalsa Sharma are all popular names on Anupamaa show.

From playing Monisha Sarabhai in the sitcom Sarabhai vs Sarabhai to portraying Anupamaa in the daily serial Anupamaa, actress Rupali Ganguly has done some outstanding work on television. Rupali had been portrayed in the show as an ideal housewife and mother, but she is now seen to be an independent and working woman. Fans like all of her avatars, and the show has consistently topped the TRP rankings.

Rupali has reportedly become the highest paid TV actress as a result of the popularity of Anupamaa. If reports are to be believed, she has doubled her fees. From Rs 1.5 lakh per episode when the show first aired to Rs 3 lakh per episode currently, and earns more than any of her co-stars.

According to a report in Bollywood Life, a source stated, “Rupali Ganguly began with a fee of Rs 1.5 lakh per day. Now, she is being paid Rs 3 lakh per day. She has become the highest-paid actress on Indian television. Rupali Ganguly has defeated several well-known younger names.”

According to the source, Rupali’s co-stars Gaurav Khanna (Anuj Kapadia) and Sudhanshu Pandey (Vanraj Shah) each get Rs 1.5 lakh per episode of Anupamaa. Aneri Vajani and Madalsa Sharma are two other well-known actors on Anupamaa right now.

Rupali made her television comeback with Anupamaa after a seven-year gap. Earlier, when asked about the show’s success and her character, Rupali told IANS, “The only quality of Anupamaa that I possess is the immense love for my family, my inner strength, my value system and for the fact that I can give up my life for my family.”

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She further added, “I am constantly doing emotional scenes but thank god for small mercy because I am a little bit adapted to my craft. Look at powerful content and the way it is being shot in high-definition. Television has not only managed to introduce every generation with the ethos of Indian culture but also reflected the aspirations of young Indians.”

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Swastika Dubey
Swastika Dubey is a content writer who has a keen interest in politics, fashion, and lifestyle. She is a post-graduate in Economics and loves to listen to classic old Hindi songs and travel to new places in her leisure time. Her writing is well researched, covering important aspects and core of the topic covering crucial points.
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