Big reveal of Rubina Dilaik, did not get money for 9 months by working in TV serial, had to sell house
According to the TV actress, she could not even fill the EMI of her house due to not getting the money due at the right time. The result was that they had to sell that house.
TV actress Rubina Dilaik (Rubina Dilaik), who came into the limelight after winning the title of Bigg Boss 14, has recently made a shocking disclosure. According to Rubina, she had to join hands and feet in front of the producers for the entire 9 months to ask for his rightful money. According to the TV actress, she could not even fill the EMI of her house due to not getting the money due at the right time. The result was that they had to sell that house.
According to Rubina, she was supposed to get the payment for the TV show Chhoti Bahu, but the producers harassed her for the entire 9 months, then went to pay her money. According to Rubina, during this time, she appealed to every person from the Actors Association who could help her but there was no help from anywhere.
Let us tell you that after 90 days of working in the TV industry, their money is paid to the actors. According to Rubina, 'giving money to actors after 90 days is not only wrong but also against work culture'. Rubina adds, '90 percent of people like me sign a one-way contract which is in favor of a production house somewhere'. Let us tell that in the house of Bigg Boss 14, along with Rubina, her husband Abhinav Shukla also Contestants were seen.
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