Most Expensive Things Hrithik Roshan Owns – Know the Annual Earnings of the Actor!

Hrithik Roshan, one of the popular actors in Bollywood film industry made his debut with the film Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai in the year 2000. It's been almost 19 years for the actor to make his debut into the industry. With his first film, he got overnight stardom in the industry. Since then, he acted in several films and turned them blockbuster hits.

Some of them include Koi Mil Gaya, Dhoom 2, Krrish, Bang Bang, Kabil, Agneepath and more. He also turned out to become an ambassador for several popular brands. Currently, the actor is making huge earnings yearly. Get to know more about the expensive things that this actor own.

Hrithik Roshan owns a watch of Rs 7.5 Lakhs, an expensive car worth Rs. 2 Crores and more. Besides this, Hrithik is the owner of crores of property. Despite commencing his acting as a child artist, he acquired immense popularity and fame with Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai movie.

The actor has stupendous acting and dancing skills. He is considered as the most handsome actors in the Bollywood industry. He is quite popular for acting in several action films in his film career. People often speak about this actor for his unique acting skills as well as his luxurious lifestyle on a day to day basis. As per the latest reports, the actor owns several assets that are worth Rs. 2600 Crores. Besides this, his brand 'HRX' has a worth of about Rs. 200 Crores.

The annual income of the actor in the film industry is Rs. 70 Crore. He has an immense collection of costly cars that include Maserati Spyder Sports Car and its cost is around Rs. 2 Crores, Rolls Royce Ghost worth Rs. 7 crore. His Paras Bungalow in Juhu is worth Rs. 50 Crore. The watch that this actor wears is more than Rs. 7.5 Lakhs.

by Mamatha Reddy | Fri, May 10 - 07:20 PM

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