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Salman Khan goes the highest taxpayer, pays Rs 44.5 crore, beats Akshay and Hrithik

New entrant, actor-comedian Kapil Sharma surprised the Income Tax department by reporting an income hike of 206 per cent in one year with a payment of Rs 23 crore as advance tax.

New entrant, actor-comedian Kapil Sharma surprised the Income Tax department by reporting an income hike of 206 per cent in one year with a payment of Rs 23 crore as advance tax.
In This Image: Kapil Sharma
He paid R7 crore in the previous fiscal year. Filmmaker Karan Johar.and 24-year-old actress Alia Bhatt also made their maiden appearances on the list.The actress's Rs 4.33 crore put her at the second spot among Bollywood's leading ladies, with Deepika Padukone, who made her Hollywood debut with 'xXx: Return of Xander Cage', paying Rs 10 crore in tax.
 

Given that the amount he paid in the last fiscal year was Rs 32.2 crore, Khan's annual income, it is estimated, has grown over 39 per cent in one year.

Given that the amount he paid in the last fiscal year was Rs 32.2 crore, Khan's annual income, it is estimated, has grown over 39 per cent in one year.
In This Image: Akshay Kumar
Inching close to this figure with an amount of Rs 29 crore as advance tax is Akshay Kumar, who enjoyed a string of hits in the past year, including 'Rustom' and 'Jolly LLB 2'. Hrithik Roshan came in at the third position with Rs 25.5 crore in tax payments.

Salman Khan has beaten his contemporaries, including Akshay Kumar and Hrithik Roshan, to become the highest advance taxpayer for the financial year 2016-17.

Salman Khan has beaten his contemporaries, including Akshay Kumar and Hrithik Roshan, to become the highest advance taxpayer for the financial year 2016-17.
In This Image: Salman Khan
According to an income tax report collected from data of the advance tax paid by top 10 industry folk till March 2017, and Salman Khan, whose blockbuster hit 'Sultan' (2016) earned over Rs 500 crore worldwide, has paid tax of Rs 44.5 crore.