Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone’s movie “Fighter” is doing well at the box-office, earning over INR 150 crore worldwide. Directed by Siddharth Anand, the movie tells the story of talented IAF aviators forming a team to respond to militant activities in the Srinagar Valley.
With the success of India’s first aerial action movie, “Fighter,” we explore the sources of superstar actor Hrithik Roshan’s income. According to The Times of India, DNA, and various other sources, the 50-year-old actor has a net worth of Rs 3101 crore.
Salary From Movies
Hrithik Roshan is known for commanding a substantial fees for his projects. As reported by Times of India, the actor charges an impressive fee ranging from Rs 65 crore to Rs 75 crore for each undertaking. Notably, for his role as Squadron Leader Shamsher Pathania (Patty) in the film “Fighter,” he reportedly received his highest paycheck so far, a substantial amount of Rs 50 crore, according to ABP Live.
However, movies aren’t the only source of income of Hrithik Roshan. As per sources, the talented actor earns from various sources, including the likes of his clothing brand, brand promotion, his production house and others.
Here, in this article, we will discuss his other sources of income other than movies. Have a look:
1. HRX – Hrithik’s clothing and accessories brand:
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Hrithik Roshan turned his love for fitness and fashion into a business by creating his lifestyle brand, HRX, in 2013. Soon after, Myntra acquired a significant stake in the brand, known for its high-quality activewear and workout accessories. The company is estimated to be worth around Rs 200 crore, as reported by Times of India.
2. Social Media:
Hrithik Roshan stands out as one of the most popular Indian celebrities on social media, boasting an impressive follower count of over 47 million on Instagram. As reported by DNA, the 50-year-old actor commands a substantial fee, ranging from Rs 4 crore to Rs 5 crore, for each promotional post on his social media platforms.
3. FilmKraft Productions Pvt Ltd – Hrithik’s production house:
It was Rakesh Roshan, who started the FilmKraft Productions Pvt Ltd in 1980, producing many hit films like “Karan Arjun” and “Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai.” Hrithik Roshan’s debut movie, “Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai,” was also made by this production company. In 2022, the Roshans spent Rs 33 crore to buy an office space in Mumbai for FilmKraft Productions Pvt Ltd.
4. Investments in various startups:
In 2017, Hrithik Roshan inked a lucrative five-year contract with Cure.Fit, a health and wellness startup, valued at Rs 100 crore. As reported by Forbes, Roshan not only secured financial compensation but also acquired an ownership stake in the company. A year later, the Bollywood star further demonstrated his commitment to the fitness sector by investing an additional Rs 6 crore in the Bengaluru-based startup.
5. Brand promotion:
Hrithik Roshan, a prominent figure in the entertainment and marketing realms, serves as the ambassador for various well-known brands. His association extends to global names such as Rado, Mountain Dew, Oppo, Zebronics, Tata Tigor, Ferrero Rocher, and more.
Hrithik enjoys a substantial annual income through brand endorsements. As reported by theTimes of India, Roshan commands fees ranging from Rs 3 crore to Rs 5 crore for brand promotion.
Hrithik Roshan ventured into television in 2011, marking his debut with the dance reality show titled “Just Dance.” Serving as a judge on the show, he achieved the distinction of being the highest-paid film star on Indian television during that period. Roshan commanded an impressive fee of approximately Rs 2 crore for each episode. However, as of now, he is not actively involved in any television shows.