The buzz is that Imran didn't charge a single penny for his recent release Break Ke Baad but instead is part of a profit-sharing agreement. For all his earlier releases, Imran has always gone in for a fixed remuneration and this is the first time that the young actor has preferred taking a share in the profits. However, it's debatable whether he made the right choice.
When we contacted producer Kunal Kohli to confirm the same, he said, "I can't comment on actors' contracts. It's not right on my part to do so."
In the recent past there has been a trend of sorts where a lot of big Bollywood actors have been taking a share in the profits of the film they act rather than opting for a fixed remuneration. Now the latest to join this bandwagon is Imran Khan.