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By 2015, India’s consumer market will be as big as Italy’s, and will grow into the fifth biggest worldwide 10 years after that. India’s expanding middle class has prompted big Indian conglomerates such as Tata, Reliance, and Bharti to expand into retail. Foreign brands such as Nike, Samsung, and Sony have tied up with local players, and Wal-Mart is entering the fray via an alliance with Bharti.

Mumbai, 23 Dec 2016 : Ever before Hrithik’s Kaabil has hit the cinemas, the actor has emerged out to be the highest advance tax payer till December 15 beating Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar.

The 42-year-old has paid Rs 80 crore as advance tax in 2016, which is almost 1500 percent more as compared to the figures in 2015 (50 crore).

The second in the list is Aamir Khan, who has paid Rs 74 crore. Last year, the 51-year-old had paid Rs 4.5 crore to the Income Tax Department.

Aamir is followed by the Ae Dil Hai Mushkil star Ranbir Kapoor. The actor has paid Rs 37 crore as part of advance tax this year.

On the other hand, Salman who was the highest advance tax payer in the last quarter, slipped to the fourth position and has paid Rs. 14 crore.

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