7 celebrity bodyguards whose salaries will put CEOs to shame

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Bollywood bigwigs spend a lot behind their security. The whopping salary these bodyguards draw will surely blow you mind. Take a look at the highest-paid celebrity bodyguards of Bollywood:

1. Salman Khan's bodyguard Shera

 Shera has been around Salman for decades now. Reportedly, he makes Rs 2 crore per annum.

2. Shah Rukh Khan's bodyguard Ravi Singh

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Ravi Singh has been SRK's bodyguard for nearly a decade and is the highest paid in his profession in the Bollywood industry. Reportedly, he gets a whopping Rs 2.7 crore per year.

3. Aamir Khan's Bodyguard Yuvraj Ghorpade

According to Times Now, he takes home around Rs 2 crore annually.

4. Anushka Sharma's bodyguard Prakash Singh (Sonu)

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Sonu not only guards Anushka but Virat and their daughter Vamika also. Reportedly, he gets Rs 1.2 crore per year.

5. Deepika Padukone's bodyguard Jalal

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According to few reports, Jalal's salary was hiked from Rs 80 lakh per annum to Rs 1.2 crore.

6. Akshay Kumar's bodyguard Shreyas Thale

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According to Mid-Day, Akshay Kumar pays Rs 1.2 crore annually to Shreyas.

7. Amitabh Bachchan's bodyguard Jitendra Shinde

Reportedly, Jitendra draws Rs 1.5 crore salary annually.

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