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Tejasswi Prakash is the HIGHEST paid contestant in Bigg Boss 15, here’s how much Karan Kundrra, Shamita Shetty are earning per week!

Bigg Boss 15 kicked off with a bang! Strong competitors included Karan Kundrra, Jay Bhanushali, and Tejasswi Prakash, among others. Bigg Boss OTT contestants Shamita Shetty, Pratik Sehajpal, and Nishant Bhat added to the drama. However, have you ever wondered how much these housemates take home each week? We have got you covered, keep reading.

To begin with, Tejasswi Prakash is a well-known television personality. However, it may surprise you to learn that she earns more than her beau Karan Kundrra within the house. Not only that, but the actress earns more than Shamita Shetty, Rakhi Sawant, and other well-known actors. According to Bollywood Life, Tejasswi Prakash earns a whopping 10 lakhs per week as the highest-paid Bigg Boss 15 contestant. Karan Kundrra, on the other hand, earns a weekly salary of Rs. 8 lakh. The highest-earning participant, though, was Jay Bhanushali, who was recently eliminated. He was charging 11 lakhs per week.

Shamita Shetty, Rakhi Sawant, Akasa Singh – 5 lakhs/ week.

Umar Riaz – 3 lakhs per week.

Pratik Sehajpal, Miesha Iyer, Nishant Bhat, Simba Nagpal – 2 lakhs/ week.

Meanwhile, on Bigg Boss 15, a double elimination occurred lately. When Ritesh Sawant and Rajiv Adatia left the house, Rakhi Sawant was upset.

Rakhi Sawant was also the first entrant in the race for a ticket to the final. The race for another contender to win the ticket is currently underway. At the moment, Abhijit Bichukale, Tejasswi Prakash, Karan Kundrra, and Rashami Desai are competing.

The rest of the housemates have a huge say in who receives this fantastic opportunity!

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