Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar enlisted to Forbes top 10 highest paid actors

Shah Rukh Khan and Akshay Kumar have made it into Forbes list of top 10 highest paid actors of 2016, which is topped by Wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson.

This is for the second time in a row that the Badshah and the Khiladi of Bollywood managed to be in the list.

The Rock topped the list with an estimated 2016 payday of 64.5 million dollars.

Whereas, matching the likes of international star Robert Downey Jr, SRK at 8th position has become the highest paid Indian actor with 33 million dollars.

While with earnings as much as that of Hollywood actor Brad Pitt, Akshay has secured 10th rank in the list.

Other Indian actors who have made it into the list include Salman Khan at number 14 with 28.5 million dollars and Amitabh Bachchan at number 18 with 20 million dollars.

Here is the list of the top 10:

Dwayne Johnson- $64,500,000

Jackie Chan- $61,000,000

Matt Damon - $55,000,000

Tom Cruise - $53,000,000

Johnny Depp- $48,000,000

Ben Affleck- $43,000,000

Vin Diesel- $35,000,000

Shah Rukh Khan- $33,000,000

Robert Downey Jr.- $33,000,000

Akshay Kumar- $31,500,000


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