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Amyra Dastur acting pricey?
The diva was seen in Hindi films like ‘Issaq’ and ‘Kaalakaandi’ is looking to find a foothold in Telugu film industry. “Amyra looks gorgeous but she needs to hone up her acting skills. She is a promising talent but needs to be more affordable for small budget Telugu flicks,” the producer points out.
Despite flops like 'Rajugadu' and 'Manasuki Nachindi', B-town actress Amyra Dastur has reportedly demanded Rs 30 lakh for a film with a young actor. "We approached her through an agent for the female lead role opposite a new-age actor, but she quoted a hefty sum," says a producer, who approached her a few weeks back. "Actresses with one or two films demand Rs 10 to 15 lakh, but Amyra agnent sought almost double that amount, which left us dumbfounded," the producer adds.
The diva was seen in Hindi films like 'Issaq' and 'Kaalakaandi' is looking to find a foothold in Telugu film industry. "Amyra looks gorgeous but she needs to hone up her acting skills. She is a promising talent but needs to be more affordable for small budget Telugu flicks," the producer points out.
Perhaps, with her B-town colleagues in T-town like Pooja Hegde, Kiara Advani and Shraddha Kapoor pocketing crores of rupees per film, Amyra would have thought of hiking her pay. "First, Amyra has to do deliver big hits and then think of revising the pay. It is too early for now," the producer concludes.