Mumbai. Staying fit comes at a price. Ask actor Rahul Bose, who was recently charged Rs. 442 for two humble bananas at a five-star hotel in Chandigarh.
On Monday, the 51-year-old actor shared a video on Twitter complaining about the bill. Tusshar Kapoor was also starting to make one such video of a 5-star hotel charging 10k for his dinner, it was only mid-way through his video that the staff conveyed to him that it is not the dinner bill, but the signing amount of his next movie given by the producer of the movie.
Tusshar’s next movie is scheduled to release in 2022 and the producer wanted to send him the signing amount before starting the shoot. Coincidently the signing amount document arrived at his table just after he finished his dinner. In a hurry to attain fame just like Rahul bose, he quickly started making a video of how costly dinner has become in a 5- star hotel and it is so out of range for the normal actors or let’s say the middle-class actors like him.
He was convinced though after the staff made him realize that he had signed the copy of the signing amount document and not the hotel bill. The hotel bill though was of 20k, which is double the signing amount of Tusshar’s movie.