The Amount Charged By Urvashi Rautela For Performing At T10 Cricket League In Dubai Will Leave You Stunned

6:25 pm 21 Nov, 2018


The 2018 T10 Cricket League kicks off in UAE’s Sharjah on November 21 with the Karachians set to take on the Rajputs in the opening encounter of the Season 2 tournament. Well, what is even more exciting is that Bollywood actress and model Urvashi Rautela will be performing at the opening ceremony of the tournament in Dubai. Yes, you read that right, the former beauty pageant winner will kick off the tournament with her dance performance.

It seems Urvashi will dance on some of her popular Bollywood songs like Sara Zamana, Resham Ka Rumal, Daddy Mummy, Naam Hai Mera Mera, and also on Arabic tracks by Saad Lamjarred and Amr Diab. Exciting, isn’t?




Hey by the way, do you know how much Urvashi charge for performing at the opening ceremony of the tournament?

Well, while it is always entertaining to watch the diva shake a leg, her remuneration for the performance is something that will blow your mind. Any guesses? It is learned that Urvashi charged a whopping sum of Rs 80 lakh for performing at the event. Mind-blowing, isn’t it?



No wonder, if this is anything but true, it is said that Urvashi will be one of the highest paid performers for such an event.

Well, talking about the opening ceremony of the T10 League tournament, it is said that Urvashi’s dance will be followed by Atif Aslam and Mahira Khan’s performances. Needless to mention, the show will be held at Dubai Parks and Resorts venue and it seems the tickets will be priced at Dirham 49 for guests who would like to visit the park exclusively for the show.




Meanwhile, of late, Urvashi Rautela has been in news for her frequent hangouts with popular Hollywood celebrities. She had been spotted partying and chilling with stars like Will.I.AM, Cindy Crawford, Amber Rose, and many others which gave rise to rumors of her planning debut in the West. Well, we have no idea what’s exactly doing the rounds or will happen in the days to come.