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Akshay Kumar’s car collection is a proof that the actor is nothing but royalty

Akshay Kumar has a glorious career, with more than 100 films the actor has earned a huge fan following. Who knew that a middle class average looking boy who started his career in 1991 with Saugandh will become one of the richest actors of the industry.

Akshay never looked back after his cult-classic Khiladi became a blockbuster. Not just film but the ‘Bell Bottom’ actor has made his presence as a martial artist, a chef, producer and a television personality.

Akshay Kumar, 54, has several major projects in the works, including Bachchan Pandey (with Kriti Sanon), Atrangi Re (with Sara Ali Khan), and Prithviraj (with Manushi Chillar). According to reports, he charges a fee for each assignment, which is slightly higher than in the previous film. Akshay Kumar charged between Rs 110 and 120 crore for the films he signed on for during the COVID-19 pandemic. His net worth is estimated to be Rs 2000 crores, according to reports.

Apart from his acting the star is also known for his swanky collection of wheels.

Here are a few of the cars collection own by Akshay Kumar:

1. Mercedes Benz V-Class

A Mercedes Benz V-class, reportedly worth Rs. 1.1 crore, is one of the most recent additions to his collection.

2. Mercedes GL350

Another swanky SUV that costs around 77 lakhs.

3. Mercedes GLS

Akki’s Merc GLS is reportedly priced at 85 Lakhs.

4. Honda Cr-V

The car costs around 30 Lakhs.

5. Rolls Royce Phantom

This luxurious car defines royalty and class.

6. Porsche Cayenne

He reportedly owns a “PORSCHE” worth Rs. 2 crore.

7. Bentley Continental Flying Spur

Akshay Kumar owns an older generation of the car, which, while not as opulent as the Phantom, is still one of the most luxurious cars in the world.

8. Range Rover Vogue

The superstar owns a Range Rover Vogue which is worth 2.20 crore.

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