Bigg Boss Telugu 7, hosted by the charismatic Nagarjuna Akkineni, is certainly no exception.
In addition to the drama, controversies, and fierce competition, Bigg Boss is renowned for its substantial payouts to celebrity contestants. Each year, the selected housemates demand staggering amounts to temporarily trade their luxurious lives for the confines of the Bigg Boss house. Bigg Boss Telugu 7, hosted by the charismatic Nagarjuna Akkineni, is certainly no exception.
The show, which made its grand debut on September 3, brought forth a plethora of surprises and entertainment. On day 1, a total of 14 contestants ventured into the iconic house, but one contestant has already bid adieu to the show. Kiran Rathore became the first contestant to be eliminated from Bigg Boss Telugu 7 last week due to a lack of engaging content.
As the show kicked off with a bang, let's delve into the fascinating world of remunerations to discover just how much these contestants are earning per week for their stay.
Compensation for Bigg Boss Telugu Contestants
According to reports, actor-politician Sivaji leads the pack as the highest-paid contestant of BB Telugu 7, pocketing an impressive sum of approximately Rs 4 lakhs per week. He is closely followed by the renowned actress Shakeela, who commands an impressive remuneration of Rs 3.5 lakhs per week. Below is the comprehensive list of contestants and their corresponding weekly earnings:
1. Priyanka Jain -- Rs 2.5 lakhs
2. Damini Bhatla -- Rs 2 lakhs
3. Rathika Rose -- Rs 2 lakhs
4. Sobha Shetty -- Rs 2.5 lakhs
5. Kiran Rathore -- Rs 3 lakhs
6. Pallavi Prashanth -- Rs 1 lakh
7. Tasty Teja -- Rs 1.5 lakhs
8. Subhashree Rayaguru -- Rs 2 lakhs
9. Gautham Krishna -- Rs 1.75 lakhs
10. Prince Yawar -- Rs 1.5 lakhs
11. Aata Sandeep -- Rs 2.75 lakhs
12. Shakeela -- Rs 3.5 lakhs
13. Amardeep -- Rs 2.5 lakhs
14. Sivaji -- Rs 4 lakhs
These substantial sums mirror the competitiveness and allure of the Bigg Boss platform, where contestants not only vie for the title but also for handsome paychecks, ensuring that the stakes are high and the drama even higher.