Bollywood industry is considered to be among the best and popular movie industry in the world. It is famous for its movies, actors and actresses and is considered to be a multi-million dollar industry. Bollywood makes more movies than Hollywood industry each year. The huge demand of Bollywood actors and actresses in endorsements, advertisements and movies have made the celebrities very rich. Here is a list of the richest bollywood celebrities in the year 2014-15
10. Priyanka Chopra
Earnings: 54.4 crore
Per movie charge: 3- 5 crore
One of the Bollywood’s International name in Hollywood Priyanka Chopra had two big hits in her last films with Krissh 3and Marry Kom. Her songs with Pit Bull and Will I Am top Indian charts. Her income comes from her movies, music albums and her being brand ambassador of various international brands.
9. Deepika Padukone
Earnings: 67 crore
Per movie charge: 5-10 crore
One of the most famous leading actresses in Bollywood at present deepika padukone, his also been highest earning Bollywood actress in 2015. Most of her income came from two movies – Finding Fanny and Goliyon Ki Raas Leela – Ram Leela and from brand endorsements, which is a long list.
8. Saif Ali Khan
Earnings: 63 Crore
Per movie charge: 15 Crore
Saif Ali Khan has had a list of flop films both as producer and actor but still made it on the number eighth spot of richest Indian celebrity in 2015. Most of his income came from brand endorsements and his films.
7. Aamir khan
Earnings: 81 crore
Per movie charge: Approximately 45 crore per film apart from share in profits
This immensely talented actor’s Dhoom 3 is one of the most grossing films in Bollywood. His last year’s release PK broke all record of the box office. Mr. Perfectionist’s share in the profits of his film give him an added income plus his endorsements with various brands.
6. Hrithik Roshan
Earnings: 85 Crore
Per movie charge: As per reports he charged 50 crore for Ashutosh Gowariker’s Mohan Jodaro
Rithik Roshan the handsome hunk started his career with Kaho Na Pyar Hai and has given some raving hits like Koi Mil Gaya,Krish, Krish 3 and Jodha Akbar. He has been endorsing a number of brands and is currently wrapping up Ashutosh Gowariker’s mega opus Mohan Jodaro.
5. Ranbir Kapoor
Earnings: 93 crore
Per movie charge: 25-27 crore for every movie
Next Generation superstar of the Kapoor khandaan had a good last year over all. Inspite of his only one film that released last year Besharam turning out to be a flop, the actor managed a good earning from his brand endorsements.
4. Akshay Kumar
Earnings: 176 crore
Per movie charge: 18 to 20 crore
Akshay Kumar has delivered many hits in different genres from comedy to action and from drama to romance. Akshay Kumar had a good inning last year with Holiday being super hit and Entertainment fairing more than average on Box Office. He came back on TV with Dance to Dare show which was a success.
3. Amitabh Bachan
Earnings: 196 crore
Per movie charge: Approximately 4 to 10 crore
Filmstar Amitabh Bachchan ruled the Indian film industry for many long years. The 73-year old scion does lesser movies these days but his income sources are still strong and are mainly from different product endorsements and Kaun Banega Crorepati.
Earnings: 203 crore
Per movie charge: Approximately 50 crore
He’s the baadshah of Bollywood and rightly so. SRK’s last release Happy New Year broke all records at the box-office and was one of the highest earning films of 2014. His cricket team Kolkota Knight Riders won the IPL tournament last year too. With his commitment to many brands, his income of last year has been approximately 203 crore.
1. Salman Khan
Earnings: 244 crore
Per movie charge: Approximately 45 crore per film
With an average hit Jai Ho and a blockbuster hit Kick, plus being the host of the superhit reality TV show Bigg Boss, Salman Khan tends to be the richest Indian Celebrity in 2015 so far. Salman earns loads with his endorsement a lots of brands. Salman has actively been working on his charitable foundation Being Human which contributes to the poor and needy.
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