Karishma Kapoor's Income Despite Not Acting In Films Is Insane!

Blog By riyaz  |  01-11-17

How does this super-mom do it?

#4 Karishma Kapoor

#4 Karishma Kapoor

Karishma Kapoor was the first girl from the Kapoor clan to have stepped into Bollywood to make a career in the film world. After carving her footprint in the film industry, the Raja Hindustani stunner married business tycoon Sanjay Kapur, embraced motherhood and eventually, films took a backseat.

But the 40-year-old mother of two still grabs eyeballs wherever she goes. She still enjoys the same lifestyle she did back then. But how does she do it if she doesn't earn the same amount of money?


#3 Dangerous Ishq

#3 Dangerous Ishq

As countless fans wanted to see her act again she made her comeback with Dangerous Ishq in 2012. But the film flopped terribly at the box office.

In 2016 Karishma and Sanjay ended their marriage and got divorced. And the actor now lives in Mumbai with her daughter Samiera and son Kiaan. How can she afford a city like Mumbai?


#2 Independent Woman

#2 Independent Woman

According to a report, the actor still seems to be making a lot of money. When Sanjay and Karishma got divorced, the former gave Rs. 14 crore to the couple’s children in alimony, claims India.com. In addition, he is bound by the court to pay Rs. 10 lakh to his ex-wife every month.

But the independent woman has her own sources of income too.


#1 You Don't Need A Man

#1 You Don't Need A Man

The report further stated that the actor is the ambassador to a cluster of brands like Kelloggs, Crescent Lawn, Admix Retail, Danon and Garnier. Also, the actor gets contracts for walking the ramp for eminent designers and participate in international shows.

Apart from this, Karishma is a shareholder in the children’s product company Babyoye. With all the brand endorsements, fashion shows, world tours and share holdings, the Zubeidaa actor ends up earning approximately Rs. 72 crore every year. With so much money poring in from various ventures, Karisma is the flag bearer of the rhetoric ‘you don’t need a man to be successful in life’.








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