Justin Bieber is reportedly getting paid $10 million to perform at billionaire heir Anant Ambani’s pre-wedding in Mumbai.

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Justin Bieber was paid $10 million to perform at billionaire heir Anant Ambani’s pre-wedding ceremony in Mumbai on Friday, according to Indian reports.

The pop star, 30, sang more than a dozen of her hits, including “Baby,” “Love Yourself” and “Peaches,” during a private concert for Ambani, the businessman’s fiancee, Radhika Merchant, and their family and friends .

Bieber, who has an estimated net worth of $300 million, shared a series of photos and videos from the expensive concert on Instagram Saturday, including a photo shoot with the couple.

The singer smiled backstage in a white tank top, plunging black pants that showed off his plaid boxers and a backwards baseball cap as he posed with Ambani and Merchant, both 29, as well as their loved ones.

At one point in his performance, Bieber held out his microphone to front-row guest Orhan Awatramani, who jumped while singing to the Grammy winner’s 2015 EDM hit “Where Are Ü Now.”

Multiple posts on Bieber’s account also gave a glimpse into his brief trip to India, showing him enjoying a limo ride to the venue and relaxing in his hotel suite.

Shortly after taking the stage during the sangeet, the chart-topper flew home to America to reunite with his wife, Hailey Bieber, who is pregnant with their first child.

Ambani is the son of Reliance Industries chairman and managing director Mukesh Ambani, who is the richest person in Asia with a net worth of $123.4 billion, according to Forbes.

The family has been preparing for the July 12 wedding for months.

In March, Rihanna was paid a reported $6 million to perform for the couple at a party attended by fellow billionaires Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg.

And in May, the Ambanis invited their relatives on a three-day cruise from Italy to France that featured performances by Katy Perry, Pitbull and David Guetta.

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