Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt married on April 14 at RK’s Pali Hill Vastu, after dating for almost five years. Both actors hail from well-known and respected families in the industry, but they have carved out a niche for themselves and are now among Bollywood’s top and most sought-after actors. Apart from acting, both are well-established in the business. When both stars’ net worth is added combined, the total comes to more than 800 crores.
When it comes to Alia Bhatt, the young actress made her acting debut in Karan Johar’s film Student Of The Year in 2012, and she received a lot of positive feedback.
Highway, Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania, and her most recent release Gangubai Kathiawadi have cemented her reputation as one of the industry’s most bankable female performers.
Since her debut, Alia, the daughter of filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt and actor Soni Razdan, has been the darling of filmmakers. Her net worth is estimated to be 517 crores, according to the Hindustan Times (as of 2021). Alia currently costs between 15 and 18 crore for a project, according to reports. Alia connects with India’s young, and as a result, businesses like Kwality Walls Cornetto, Lay’s, Frooti, Duroflex, Manyavar, Cadbury, and Flipkart have enlisted her as a brand ambassador. According to reports, the actress is paid roughly Rs. 2 crores per day for an endorsement shoot.
According to the Duff and Phelps appraisal, Alia was also the sixth most valuable celebrity in India. Alia Bhatt’s net worth is estimated to be Rs. 517 crores (as of 2021).
Ranbir Kapoor, on the other hand, is rumoured to charge roughly Rs. 50 crores for a production. Despite being from the well-known Kapoor family, the Sanju actor has carved out a niche for himself not only in Bollywood but also in the business world, and despite not being active on social media, the actor has amassed a large following. Ranbir now works as a brand ambassador for companies such as OPPO, Tata AIG, Coca-Cola, and Oreo. The actor is said to charge approximately Rs. 6 crores for brand shootings, according to reports.