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Salman Khan is the highest advance tax payer, paid Rs 16 crore this year

Salman Khan has topped the list of highest advance tax payers for this fiscal. Akshay dropped to the second place by shelling out Rs. 11 crore,

Salman Khan has topped the list of highest advance tax payers for this fiscal. Akshay dropped to the second place by shelling out Rs. 11 crore,
In This Image: Akshay Kumar
Salman Khan has topped the list of highest advance tax payers for this fiscal. Akshay dropped to the second place by shelling out Rs. 11 crore,
 

Interestingly, popular comedian Kapil Sharma is in the list this year, he made his debut in the list by beating B-town perfectionist Aamir Khan.

Interestingly, popular comedian Kapil Sharma is in the list this year, he made his debut in the list by beating B-town perfectionist Aamir Khan.
In This Image: Kapil Sharma
He paid Rs. 6.06 crore as advance tax while Aamir paid Rs. 3.7 crore as compared to Rs. 4.5 crore in the last fiscal.

On the third position is Ranbir Kapoor, who paid Rs 7.8 crore as advance tax till September 2016, compared to Rs. 4 crore paid in the last year.

On the third position is Ranbir Kapoor, who paid Rs 7.8 crore as advance tax till September 2016, compared to Rs. 4 crore paid in the last year.
In This Image: Ranbir Kapoor
On the third position is Ranbir Kapoor, who paid Rs 7.8 crore as advance tax till September 2016, compared to Rs. 4 crore paid in the last year.

Salman Khan is the highest advance tax payer, paid Rs 16 crore this year by beating Akshay Kumar and Hrithik Roshan, who gained the first position by paying Rs. 18 crore previous year

Salman Khan is the highest advance tax payer, paid Rs 16 crore this year by  beating Akshay Kumar and Hrithik Roshan, who gained the first position by paying Rs. 18 crore previous year
In This Image: Salman Khan
Salman Khan is the highest advance tax payer, paid Rs 16 crore this year by beating Akshay Kumar and Hrithik Roshan, who gained the first position by paying Rs. 18 crore previous year