Salman Khan is a 53-year-old actor, television personality and producer from India. Known as the Sultan of Bollywood, Salman is one of the most famous actors at present in Bollywood, second only in fame and riches to Shah Rukh Khan. He has won two National Awards as a producer and two Filmfare Awards as an actor.
In this article, you will learn about Salman Khan income, earnings, salary, early life and other information.
Salman Khan Life
Salman Khan was born Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan on 27th December 1965 in Indore in the state of Madhya Pradesh in India. He is the son of Salma Khan and the famous screenwriter Salim Khan. He has two brothers, Sohail and Arbaaz, also actors and two sisters Arpita and Alvira, who’s married to director Atul Agnihotri.
He made his debut in the 1988 film Biwi Ho To Aisi in a supporting role. He then rose to fame starring in films by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Sooraj Barjatya which became super hits.
SALMAN KHAN INCOME 2020: Rs 1800 CRORES (APPROX)
Salman Khan Income
Salman Khan income is just second next to Shah Rukh Khan’s among the list of Indian celebrity. Salman Khan films gross hundreds of crores of rupees in the box office as well.
Salman Khan earnings have different sources as he is involved with many things. He owns two production houses, Salman Khan Being Human Productions and Salman Khan Films. The latter is a part of his Being Human Foundation, a non profit charitable organization which is worth as much as Rs. 235 crores.
He was 82nd on the list of Forbes richest actors last year as he earned $37.7 million (Rs. 262 crores) in the year 2018 alone from acting in films. He produces his films so he gets a massive cut of the profits of the films as well as charging Rs. 60 crores to star in each film. Any film starring him is sure to be a hit as most of his film in the last decade has created box office records by crossing Rs. 200-300 crore marks.
Salman Khan income also includes his earnings from hosting Bigg Boss. He charged Rs. 2.5 crores per episode for Seasons 4 to 6, Rs. 5 crores per episode for Season 7 and 8, Rs. 7-8 crores per episode for Season 9 and 10 and Rs. 11 crores per episode for Season 11 which made him the highest paid TV host in India. The fees kept going up as he charged Rs. 14 crores per episode for Season 12.
Salman Khan income also includes his brand endorsements for which he charges around Rs. 5-10 crores each.
Salman Khan net worth is over Rs. 1800 crores and he has an annual income of over Rs. 260 crores.
Salman Khan House and Cars
The Sultan of Bollywood owns a wide range of real estate and cars.
Salman Khan cars include an Audi A8 L worth Rs. 1.13 crore, an Audi A8 worth Rs. 2.31 crores, a Mercedes Benz GL class worth Rs. 80 lakhs, an Audi RS7 worth Rs. 1.4 crore, a Range Rover worth Rs. 2.06 crores, a BMW X6 worth Rs. 1.15 crore, and a Lexus LX470 worth Rs. 2.32 crores.
Salman Khan bikes include a Suzuki GSX-R 1000Z which costs Rs. 16 lakhs, a Yamaha R1 which costs Rs. 15 lakhs and a Suzuki Hayabusa which costs Rs. 15 lakhs. He also has a Giant Propel 2000XTC bicycle that costs Rs. 4.32 lakhs.
Salman Khan houses include an apartment in the Galaxy building in Bandra which is now worth Rs. 16 crores, a six story building in Chimbai Road, Bandra worth Rs. 30 crores. He also has a 150 acre farmhouse in Panvel worth Rs. 80 crores, which is named after his sister Arpita and another 100 acre property in Gorai with a 5 BHK farmhouse on it worth Rs. 100 crores.
He also bought a private yacht in 2016 which costs Rs. 3 crores.
Salman Khan is easily one of the most well known names globally from India because of his immense popularity. His life has been marred with controversy though, as he was engaged in a public feud with his ex-girlfriend Aishwarya Rai.
He was jailed and put on trial on two occasions, the 2002 hit and run case and the Black Buck poaching case although he has now been acquitted of both. In spite of these set backs, he has found immense success in the past decade due to his box office hits like Dabangg, Wanted, Bajrangi Bhaijaan, Sultan, Dabangg 2 among others.
Khan is well known for his philanthropy as well. His Being Human Foundation, funded mostly by sales of the Being Human merchandise does a lot of charity work for the underprivileged. Since being founded in 2007, it has supported education of children, trained differently abled people and also funds for treatment of children who have heart defects.
Salman Khan next films will be Dabangg 3, part of his hit Dabangg franchise, directed by Prabhu Deva, which will release in 2019.