First published on December 11, 2021 at 9:00 p.m. IST
Superstar Rajinikanth’s birthday is tomorrow. If you are his true fan, you need to know his total net worth. Read on to know all the details related to the same here.
Superstar Rajinikanth will turn 71 tomorrow. The actor is known for his extraordinary acting style and unique onscreen manners. He entered the world of cinema in 1975 with his National Award winning film Apoorva Ragangal by Balachander. The main man in the film was Kamal Haasan but Tamil fans couldn’t help but notice Rajni, who through his role of Pandiyan has risen to perfection.
The Annatthe star’s net worth is said to be around Rs 365 crore (as of 2021). According to reports, his monthly income is over Rs 3 crore n, while his average earnings for movies is Rs 50 crore. The majority of his income comes from movies and other personal investments.
The first two years of Rajinikanth’s career, he only had negative roles to play – an abusive husband, a rapist, a womanizer, a pornographer, an adulterer, etc. film Bhuvana Oru Kelvikkuri.
The actor who likes to own cars also has a large number of four-wheelers. Its luxury four-wheelers include Premier Padmini (the actor’s first car purchased), Honda Civic, Toyota Innova, BMX X5, Rolls Royce Phantom. Apparently he also has a Limousine worth Rs 22 crore. He invested Rs100-200 crore in current assets. Also Read: Ahead of Rajnikanth’s Birthday, Find Out Some Rare Thalaiva Facts
Rajinikanth’s original name is Shivaji Rao Gaekwad and he grew up speaking Marathi and Kannada.
For his hit film Shivaji, Rajinikanth received an acting honorarium of Rs. 26 crores in 2007. This makes him the second highest paid actor in Asia after Jackie Chan.
To learn more about the actor, his real name is Shivaji Rao Gaikwad, and he was born on December 12, 1950 in Bangalore, Mysore state, India. He has been married to Latha Rangachari since 1981 and has two children Aishwarya R. Dhanush and Soundarya R. Ashwin.
Enthiran’s success was so huge that the film was included in the IIM as a case study to analyze the film business and its success, in a course called Contemporary Film Industry: A Business Perspective. The course also focuses on Muthu, which has become a magnum opus in Japan.
Initially, he had played the role of an antagonist in many films, but over time he established himself as a movie star. It was in 2007 when he won US $ 4 million, which equated to US $ 4 million, for his performance in Shivaji.