Alia Bhatt, quite possibly of India’s most generously compensated actresses, was launched by Karan Johar in the 2012 film Student of the Year. From that point on, she proceeded to lay down a good foundation for herself as one of the main actors with her exhibitions in films like Highway (2014), 2 States (2014), Badrinath Ki Dulhania (2017), Dear Zindagi (2016), Udta Punjab (2016), Raazi (2018) and most as of late, Gangubai Kathiawadi (2022). Bhatt’s recent film, Darlings, was released on Netflix recently (August 5)
Bhatt has shown up in Forbes India’s Celebrity 100 many times beginning around 2014 and was likewise highlighted by Forbes Asia in their 30 Under 30 rundown of 2017. Bhatt’s total assets in 2021 was Rs 517 crore. Should be obvious that her profit from films significantly adds to her total assets. Bhatt charges between Rs 15 crore to Rs 18 crore for every film, according to Hindustan Times. According to Forbes, no less than six of her movies netted more than $15 million (Rs 118 crore approx) overall in opening weeks. However, aside from films, the diva likewise makes a considerable amount of cash from her other projects. Here are Alia Bhatt’s three types of revenue other than films.
Clothing brand Ed-a-Mamma
Alia Bhatt is the organizer and proprietor of Ed-a-Mamma, a dress brand for youngsters somewhere in the range of 2 and 14 years old.
Production house Eternal Sunshine
Recently, Bhatt launched her own creation organization Eternal Sunshine Productions. The creation house’s most memorable task is the as of late delivered Darlings, which has been co-created by Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment. The film, procured by Netflix for Rs 80 crore.
Investment in multiple businesses
Alia Bhatt has likewise put undisclosed measures of cash in a couple of organizations. One of her earliest speculations was in Style Cracker, a Mumbai-based individual styling stage. The Gangubai Kathiawadi entertainer put resources into the design business in 2017.
In 2020, Bhatt put cash in the web-based business site Nykaa, which was launched in 2012 and proceeded to become quite possibly of India’s biggest organization. Aside from this, Bhatt has also invested in Phool.co, a D2C organization supported by IIT Kanpur which reuses flower squander into incense items.