Salman Khan Net Worth

Salman Khan Net Worth: Salman Khan is an Indian film actor and television personality who has a net worth of $260 million. Khan has more than 130 film and television credits to his name, and he was ranked #82 on “Forbes” magazine’s “Top-Paid 100 Celebrity Entertainers” list in 2018. Between June 2017 and June 2018, Salman earned $40 million. He made his acting debut in the 1988 film “Biwi Ho To Aisi” and won the Filmfare award for Best Male Debut for his second film, 1989’s “Maine Pyar Kiya.” Khan has starred in several successful movies, including “Saajan” (1991), “Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!” (1994), “Biwi No.1” (1999), and “Hum Saath-Saath Hain” (1999). He is also a familiar face on the small screen, serving as host of the reality show “Bigg Boss” since 2010.

In Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India, on December 27, 1965, Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan was born. His parents, Salim (a scriptwriter) and Salma (a housewife), brothers Arbaaz and Sohail, sisters Alvira and Arpita, and other family members were all Muslims and spoke Hindi at home (who is adopted). Salman completed his education at The Scindia School, Gwalior, and St. Stanislaus High School before enrolling in St. Xavier’s College, where he later withdrew and started a job as an assistant director.

 Khan began his acting career in 1988 with a supporting role in “Biwi Ho To Aisi,” then landed a leading role in “Maine Pyar Kiya,” which grossed ₹308.1 million worldwide and was India’s highest-grossing film of the 1980s. In 1990, he starred in “Baaghi: A Rebel for Love,” which also earned a him a “Story by” credit (he earned one for 1993’s “Chandra Mukhi” and 2010’s “Veer” as well), and in 1991, he began appearing in multiple films per year. In 1994, Salman co-starred with Aamir Khan in “Andaz Apna Apna,” which was a disappointment at the box office but later became a cult classic. That year, he also appeared in “Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!,” a romance that went on to win several Filmfare Awards and the National Film Award for Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment. Khan played twins in 1997’s “Judwaa” and sang a duet with Alka Yagnik in 1999’s “Hello Brother.” Salman has sung in several of his films, including “Kick” (2014), “Sultan” (2016), and “Dabangg 3” (2019).

Over the course of his career, Khan has featured in over 100 movies and has also produced a number of them, including “Chillar Party” (2011), “Dr. Cabbie” (2014), and “Radhe” (2020). Additionally, he has hosted a number of television shows. Salman has hosted “Bigg Boss” seasons 4–14, the 2013 and 2014 Star Guild Awards, and the game show “10 Ka Dum” from 2008 to 2009 and once again in 2018. Through Salman Khan TV, he produced “The Kapil Sharma Show” and “Nach Baliye 9” in 2019. Khan will make appearances in the upcoming 2021 movies “Kick 2” and “Kabhi Eid Kabhi Diwali.”

Khan is passionate about philanthropy and founded a non-profit organization called the Being Human Foundation in 2007. The organization helps underprivileged people in India, focusing on healthcare and education. In 2012, Salman offered to pay to release hundreds of prisoners in Uttar Pradesh who had served their time but couldn’t afford to pay legal fines. In 2015, it was announced that Khan and producer Rockline Venkatesh would be donating the profits of their film “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” to struggling farmers across India. Later that year, he visited an 11-year-old fan in Mumbai; young Abdul Basit, who was diagnosed with Criggler Najjar Syndrome, had recently undergone a liver transplant and wished to meet Salman. In 2014, India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, recruited Khan for the country’s Clean India campaign, and Salman spread awareness about the importance of cleanliness and helped clean streets in Karjat.

Khan dated actress Aishwarya Rai from 1999 to 2001, and she said that he harassed her after their split and sometimes abused her during their relationship. Salman has also dated actresses Katrina Kaif, Sangeeta Bijlani, and Somy Ali, and he has been in a relationship with actress Iulia Vântur since 2012. In 2011, Khan revealed that he was undergoing treatment for trigeminal neuralgia, a facial nerve disorder that had affected his voice and caused him terrible pain.

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