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This year, only 18 females, including Alia Bhatt, Anushka Sharma, Taapsee Pannu, Nayantara and ace shuttler PV Sindhu have made it to the list of Forbes India Celebrity 100.

Kapil's downfall began as soon as his show went off air in September a year ago owing to dwindling TRPs and he put his career on backburner to focus on his health.

Bollywood actor Salma Khan, with an earning of Rs 253.25, is on the top of the list for the third consecutive time. While Tiger Zinda Hai set new box office records and collected over Rs 300 crore, Race 3 stopped after scraping past Rs 100 crore. He is followed by Virat Kohli, India's cricket captain (Rs 228.09 crore) and another Bollywood superstar, Akshay Kumar (Rs 185 crore).

"Padmaavat" took Deepika Padukone's earnings to Rs 112.8 crore - she was at sixth and 11th place in 2016 and 2017 respectively.

Mammootty Finds a Place In Forbes India Celebrity 100 List!

With no release during the period under review, Shah Rukh Khan slipped from his number two position to No. 13 after raking in Rs 56 crore this year.

MS Dhoni is fifth on the list with an average income of 101 crores while the Indian great Sachin Tendulkar is at 9th position with net income of 80 crores. The Academy Award victor is at the 11th place and has earned about Rs 66.75 crore, according to the list. With a yearly earning of Rs 50 crore, Rajinikanth is at the 14th spot. The Tamil and Telugu film industries have seven actors each on the list while Malayalam star Mammootty represented Kerala. A year ago the Chennai Express actor was at the second position with earnings of ₹170.5 crores.

"With cumulative earnings of Rs 3,140.25 crore, it was a lucrative year for the 100 celebrities on the list".

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For the Celtics, in addition to Hayward they got big performances from Jayson Tatum, who scored 19 points and added nine rebounds. Reggie Jackson set the early tone with eight points in the first four minutes, and Detroit never trailed in a 107-88 victory.