11 Actors of Indian Cinema who owns luxurious Private Jet

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11 Actors of Indian Cinema who owns luxurious Private Jet

As South Indian actors experience a surge in popularity fueled by blockbuster films and substantial annual earnings, it’s widely acknowledged that they pose strong competition to top Bollywood counterparts. However, Bollywood actors are equally adept at embracing opulence, showcasing a lavish lifestyle with an impressive collection of high-end vehicles and substantial net worth.

These megastars have mastered the art of extravagant living, investing substantial sums to circumnavigate the globe efficiently and discover exotic locales in ultimate luxury. Below, explore the roster of Indian actors, including Amitabh Bachchan, Chiranjeevi, Allu Arjun, and more, who prioritize stylish travel and boast ownership of multimillion-dollar private jets.

Here are 11 actors who own private jets

Shah Rukh Khan

Owning a multimillion-dollar seafront mansion in Mumbai and amassing a staggering net worth of Rs 5,910 crore, according to CAknowledge, Shah Rukh Khan stands out as one of the world’s most renowned actors. Recognized as the Badshah of Bollywood, SRK takes pride in possessing a lavish private jet, as reported by Economic Times.

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Chiranjeevi

Chiranjeevi, a top-earning Telugu film actor, renowned for his recent appearance in the action thriller “Godfather” alongside Nayanthara, Satya Dev, and Salman Khan, possesses a high-end private jet worth millions. This extravagant aircraft facilitates his global travel, as detailed by Financial Express.

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Shilpa Shetty

Shilpa Shetty, who entered Bollywood alongside Shah Rukh Khan in Abbas-Mastan’s 1993 romantic thriller “Baazigar,” stands out as one of the rare actresses in the industry who possesses a private jet.

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Amitabh Bachchan 

Amitabh Bachchan, a highly esteemed figure in the Indian film industry, joins the exclusive group of stars with ownership of a private jet. As per an Economic Times report, the Bollywood icon’s opulent private jet is valued at approximately Rs 260 crore.

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Allu Arjun 

Allu Arjun, the Telugu actor demanding Rs 175 crore for his upcoming film Pushpa: The Rule, showcased his lavish lifestyle by sharing a picture of his family posing with their cherished possession – a private jet. The photo was taken as they headed to Chaitanya JV and Niharika Konidela’s wedding, as reported by News18.

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Jr NTR

Jr NTR, the South Indian superstar, clinched the title of the first Indian to possess a Lamborghini Urus Pearl Capsule in the previous year. With a staggering net worth of Rs 440 crore, as reported by CAknowledge, Jr NTR doesn’t just stop at luxury cars; he also boasts ownership of a private jet valued at Rs 80 crore, according to TOI.

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Priyanka Chopra

According to an Economic Times report, Priyanka Chopra, the global sensation frequently traveling between India and Los Angeles for her diverse commitments, invested a considerable amount to acquire a breathtaking private jet a few years back.

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Akkineni Nagarjuna

With box office hits like The Ghost and Brahmastra contributing to his substantial net worth, Akkineni Nagarjuna has amassed additional wealth. Surprisingly, Nagarjuna is among the select South actors who possess a lavish private jet.

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Ram Charan

Like his RRR co-star Jr NTR, Ram Charan is included in the roster of Indian superstars who invested millions to acquire a lavish private jet, as reported by TOI.

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Diljit Dosanjh

Renowned for his affinity for global fashion labels and opulent living, Diljit Dosanjh achieved the distinction of being India’s inaugural singer-actor to possess a private jet. The acclaimed artist showcased his prized acquisition on social media in 2017.

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Hrithik Roshan

To optimize travel time and maintain equilibrium between personal and professional commitments, Hrithik Roshan invested significantly in a private jet, as reported by Economic Times.

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