According to Forbes, the majority of Akshay Kumar’s earnings come from advertising everything from multivitamins to toilet cleaners. He is one of the few Indian stars who owns a private plane. As of 2021, Bollywood’s highest-paid actor, Akshay Kumar, with a net worth of $325 million. Akshay Kumar’s net worth is estimated to be around Rs 2414 crore in Indian Rupees, with brands accounting for at least 1 crore. He makes money by endorsing brands and producing films, for which he charges between 25 and 30 crores for each film.
Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia, better known by his stage name Akshay Kumar, is an Indian-born Canadian actor, film producer, martial artist, and television personality who works in Bollywood, the commercial Hindi language film industry located primarily in Mumbai. He was born on September 9, 1967. Kumar has starred in over 100 films throughout his career and has won numerous prizes, including a National Film Award for Best Actor and two Filmfare Awards.
Kumar is one of Hindi cinema’s most successful and prolific performers. He was the first Bollywood actor whose films’ domestic net lifetime revenues topped $20 billion (US$270 million) by 2013 and $30 billion (US$400 million) by 2016. He acted in 113 films, 52 of which were commercially successful.
Kumar debuted in 1991 with Saugandh, but it was with the action film Khiladi a year later that he had his first mainstream hit. The film launched Kumar’s career as an action star in the 1990s, and it was the first of a series of films starring Kumar that became known as the Khiladi film series, as well as a slew of other action pictures.
Kumar’s early foray into romance, Yeh Dillagi (1994), was well welcomed, but it was over the next decade that he broadened his range of roles. His romantic films Dhadkan (2000), Andaaz (2003), and Namastey London (2007), as well as drama films Waqt (2005) and Patiala House (2011), earned him acclaim.
Kumar received Filmfare Awards for his humorous performance in Garam Masala (2005), and his villainous character in Ajnabee (2001). While his commercial success had fluctuated, his mainstream success soared in 2007 with four straight box-office hits in India; it remained consistent until a brief period of professional setbacks between 2009 and 2011, after which he reaffirmed his status with several films, including Rowdy Rathore (2012) and Holiday (2014).