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Salman Khan Net Worth

Salman Khan Net Worth 2019 Height, Age and more
Net Worth$310,000,000
Full NameAbdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan
Date of Birth/Age27 December 1965 (age 53)
Source of wealthActor, Producer, Singer, Presenter
Country of originIndia
State/City of originIndore, Madhya Pradesh
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Salman Khan’s net worth is 310 million dollars.

How Much Salman Khan Make a Year?

He makes about $35 million a year from his films, production company, and product endorsements.

How Does Salman Khan Make his Money?

He makes his money from his film and television roles, revenue from film production, and brand endorsements. He earns up to $35 million per film. He receives over $1 million per episode of the reality show Big Boss.


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Over his career he has promoted everything from soft drinks to fashion. He has contracts across Asia including the label Splash from Dubai and the History Channel. He earns about $3 million a year just from advertising and endorsements.

While he lives primarily in an apartment in Mumbai, he also owns a farm outside the city and a house in Dubai. He owns several luxury cars including a Mercedes S-Class, a Lexus, an Audi, and BMW X6.


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Salman Khan is one of India’s most popular and highest paid film stars. He is known for his singing and dancing as well as his muscles, which he often shows onscreen.

He starred in 10 of Bollywood’s highest grossing films and has branched out into making his own films as well.

He is often featured celebrity gossip magazines due to his scandalous behavior. However, he is a beloved film star and continues to make millions in his film roles.

Early Life

Abdul Rashid Salim Salman Khan was born on December 27, 1965 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India. His father was Salim Khan, a famous screenwriter of the 60s and 70s.

His mother was Sushila Charak, a painter. He has two sisters: Alvira Khan Agnihotri, a fashion designer and movie producer and Arpita, a fashion designer.

He also has two brothers: Arbaaz, an actor and Sohail, a producer and television star. He also grew up with a stepmother, the actress Helen Richardson Khan.


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As a child, he enjoyed swimming and had Olympic aspirations. He also enjoyed painting, which he learned from his mother.

He attended the religious St. Stanislaus High School and then St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai. He left college to pursue his acting career.

Personal Life

Salman Khan has been in several high-profile and often scandalous relationships. He dated actor Aishwarya Rai for several years and broke up under a cloud of scandal.

He then dated fellow actor Katrina Kaif, but this also broke up dramatically. He then dated several international models including Claudia Ciesla, Hazel Keech, and Lulia Vantur.

He is rumored to have dated several of his co-stars, but none have been positively confirmed.


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He has never married or had children but considers his nieces and nephews his children.
In his personal life, he has had some troubles with the law, from his love of hunting dangerous and endangered species and reckless driving.

He is known as a thrill-seeker and is often mentioned in celebrity gossip magazines.


Salman Khan started his career in 1988 with the film “Biwi Ho To Aisi.” After his next film, “Maine Pyar Kiya,” he became famous throughout India and started receiving more acting roles.

He starred in dozens of Bollywood films throughout the 90s and 00s and won two Filmfare Awards. He quickly became known for his singing and dancing as well as for his athletic physique.


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He hosted the game show “10 Ka Dum” for two seasons. He also hosts the reality TV show “Big Boss.”

While he continued to make movies in the 2010s, he also started two production companies, Salman Khan Being Human (SKBH) Productions and Salman Khan Films.

The earnings from SKBH support his charity, the Being Human Foundation.

He also starred in some of his best and highest grossing films in the last decade. “Dabanng” brought in about $30 million and won several Filmfare Awards.


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Khan himself won 10 awards for acting and film production in the 2010s. He also won several awards for his philanthropy. In 2015, he starred in “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” which became the second highest grossing Bollywood film ever.

He has starred in nearly 100 films and has several more due out this year.

At present, Salman Khan net worth reached $310,000,000.

Interesting Facts

  • He started the Being Human Foundation in 2007, to improve education and healthcare in India. The Being Human line of clothing supports the charity, along with donations.
  • He is known for supporting and mentoring new actors, directors, and film composers. He often brings new talent into his movies and has launched several careers.
  • He has trigeminal neuralgia, a painful nerve disorder, but keeps on working despite this.


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  • He made the Forbes list of highest paid celebrities in the world every year since 2015.
  • He has a wax figure in Madame Tussaud’s in London and one in Madame Tussaud’s New York.
  • He was voted 7th in People Magazine’s Best-Looking Men issue in 2004 and Sexiest Man Alive in People Magazine, India in 2010.

Favorite Quotes from Salman Khan

“People in the film industry always want to save for a rainy day. Many early actors died in small houses with no money, and so they are insecure. My advantage is I don’t value money that much. It’s an easy thing for me to let go.”

“The older you get, the better you have to look, the higher you have to kick, the harder you have to work.”

“The day the producers aren’t minting money, or the fans are done with me and, most of all, I as a person get bored of acting, I will stop and pursue my other interests. There is a lot to do: painting, writing, direction.”

Tips for Success from Salman Khan

“I no longer do a film for the wrong reasons. I have to be convinced ethically and morally. Both the director and I have to be on the same page. There are just five songs in most films these days, and they have to be amazing. There has to be a twist in the screenplay. The editing has to be crisp. Your hard work should show, but effortlessly.” 

“I work with brands that I personally connect with or personally use. For example, I was already driving the Suzuki Hayabusa long before I started endorsing Suzuki.”