According to Finapp report, Anushka’s net worth is estimated at Rs. 220 Crore (USD 35 Million).
The report says that the actress charges a fee of Rs 10 crore per film and Rs 4 crore per brand endorsement. With personal investments worth Rs 36 crore and four luxury cars valued at Rs 5 crore.
Anushka has a wide range of car collection including luxury brands such as BMW, Range Rover and Mercedes.
Anushka Sharma’s net worth has seen a growth of over 80 per cent in the last 3 year period.
According to a report in indiatoday, Anushka’s worth is likely to witness a 30 per cent boost in the next three years, with an 18 per cent growth in her annual income.
NH10 and Phillauri also mark Anushka’s taking on a new role — that of a movie producer. She is among the youngest actresses to also venture into production in Bollywood.
In 2014, Anushka launched a production house with her brother, Karnesh Sharma, called Clean Slate Films. Phillauri, which was made on a budget of Rs 21 crore, has recovered Rs 12 crore from satellite and music rights and earned Rs 50 crore (worldwide gross).
Anushka’s version of retail therapy includes sea-facing apartments, farmhouses and bungalows. Reason -- “Houses – you feel safe like you’ve invested your money well.”
Anushka had bought three flats on the 20th storey of the posh Badrinath Towers in Mumbai's Versova area, spread over a 6,000-square foot area in 2012. The property is said to be worth Rs. 10 crore.
Anushka Sharma’s new clothing line ‘Nush’ is for every girl-on-the-go. The price ranges from Rs 699 to Rs 3,300. The actress launched the clothing line for women in partnership with Suditi Industries. The equal joint venture with the actor involves an investment of about USD10 million over next five years.
Anushka’s role involves styling, sampling, quality control, aesthetics, business decisions and marketing.
Being an entrepreneur with her own production house, Anushka wanted to extend her entrepreneurial ability to a sphere that is close to her heart.