Finally Priyanka Chopra Grab 8th Place in Forbes List
Forbes on Tuesday announced their rundown of the most generously compensated TV performing
artists on the planet, between June 1, 2016, to June 1, 2017. Present day Family star Sofia Vergara
stands out with income of over $41.5 million (Rs 271 crore), besting the rundown for the 6th back to
back a year , while Priyanka Chopra came in at number 8. She made $10 million, or Rs 65 crore, in a
Chopra showed up on the rundown without precedent for 2016, fueled by her ABC show Quantico. In
2017, she showed up in the second period of the show and additionally Baywatch motion picture, which
co-featured Dwayne Johnson. In 2016, she had earned $11 million. The Bollywood star additionally
supports a scope of items and Forbes called it Chopra's "most predictable cash producer".
Vergara's sharp business astuteness is accounted for to have been assumed a noteworthy part in her
prosperity. Just a fourth of her $41.5 million originated from her show. The rest originates from support
bargains from brands, for example, Head and Shoulders, Pepsi and CoverGirl, and from cleverly
concentrating on permitting bargains, which permit her a specific measure of control over her items.
This has been recorded as the most compelling motivation her procuring are over $15 million in front of
the number 2 on the rundown, Big Bang Theory star, Kaley Cuoco, who made $26 million (Rs 170 crore)
amid a similar period.
Vergara hopped from $28 million of every 2015, to $43 million out of 2016, the two figures were
sufficient for top spots on the individual records.
"Joined, the world's 10 most generously compensated TV on-screen characters made $156.5 million
between June 1, 2016, and June 1, 2017", announced Forbes. Everything except two of the stars on the
rundown originates from arranging TV, which is more lucrative than its link partner. Compensations can
surpass $1 million for every scene on indicates like the Big Bang Theory, while HBO's Big Little Lies doles
out pay rates in the scope of $350,000 per scene.