Kamal Hassan Net Worth: Fun facts, Salary, House, Cars, Age, height, Wiki

Kamal Hassan Net Worth:$25 Million (Rs 200 Crores)

Net Worth:$30 Million
Date of Birth:Nov 7, 1954 (66 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Profession:Screenwriter, Actor, Film Producer, Voice Actor, Film director, Singer, Writer, Songwriter, Choreographer, Playback Singer
Nationality:India
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Kamal is an Indian film actor, dancer, director, screenwriter, producer, playback singer, lyricist and politician who works primarily in Tamil cinema.

He has won four National Film Awards and 19 Filmfare Awards. He was awarded the Kalaimamani award in 1984 the Padma Shri in 1990, the Padma Bhushan in 2014 and the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (Chevalier) in 2016.He was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award at 15th Mumbai International Film Festival in 2013.

Kamal Hassan net worth 2022:

Actor Kamal Haasan had filed his nomination from Coimbatore South for the April 6 Assembly polls in Tamil Nadu in 2021. Kamal Haasan has declared movable assets of over Rs 45 crore and immovable assets of a little over Rs 131 crore. In his affidavit, he said his income as per his tax returns for the year 2019-20 was Rs 22.1 crore.

Kamal Hassan cars:

In terms of his movable assets, Kamal Haasan declared Rs 2.43 crore in bank deposits, Rs 26.1 lakh in investments such as mutual funds and shares, Rs 2.39 crore in insurance, Rs 36.24 crore in personal loans, and Rs 3.69 crore in vehicles — a BMW 730LD and Lexus Lx 570. Along with cash in hand, his movable assets comes to a little over Rs 45 crore.

Kamal Hassan house:

For immovable assets, he owns agricultural land that is currently worth Rs 17.79 crore, measuring a total of 35.59 acres. The market value of commercial buildings he owns, all of them in Chennai, is at Rs 92.05 crore.

In terms of residential buildings, he has two properties in Chennai that are cumulatively currently worth Rs 19.5 crore. In addition, he is the joint owner of a property in London that is currently worth Rs 2.5 crore.

Kamal Haasan has Rs 49.5 crore in liabilities — of which Rs 33.16 crore is housing loan, mortgage loan, insurance loans and other loans. The remainder, Rs 15.33 crore, is dues owed to other individuals and entities.

Kamal Hassan net worth 2021:

Kamal Hassan net worth 2021 is $25 million

Besides Tamil, Haasan has also worked in Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada, and Bengali films. His production company, Raaj Kamal Films International, has produced several of his films. Haasan’s contributions to film have been praised by his contemporaries across the Indian film industry, and he has been recognised as an influence for actors and filmmakers in the Tamil film industry.

Kamal Hassan Biography:

Kamal Haasan was born on 7 November 1954 . Haasan was born in a Tamil Iyengar family, to D. Srinivasan, who was a lawyer and freedom fighter, and Rajalakshmi, who was a housewife. Haasan was initially named as Parthasarathy. His father later changed his name to Kamal Haasan.

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His brothers, Charuhasan (born 1930) and Chandrahasan (born 1936), have also acted.Haasan’s sister, Nalini (born 1946), is a classical dancer.He received his primary education in Paramakudi before moving to Madras (now Chennai) as his brothers pursued their higher education. Haasan continued his education in Santhome, Madras,and was attracted towards film and fine arts as encouraged by his father.

When a physician friend of his mother, visited A. V. Meiyappan (AVM) to treat his wife, she brought Haasan with her. Apparently impressed by his demeanor AVM’s son, M. Saravanan, recommended him for their production Kalathur Kannamma

Haasan won the Rashtrapati Award (President’s gold medal) for his performance in Kalathur Kannamma at age 4 and starred in five more films as a child. He debuted in the Malayalam film industry with Kannum Karalum (1962).

Upon his father’s encouragement, he joined a repertory company (T. K. S. Nataka Sabha) headed by T. K. Shanmugam.In the meanwhile, he continued his education at the Hindu Higher Secondary School in Triplicane. His time with the theatre company shaped Haasan’s craft and kindled his interest in makeup.

After a7 hiatus from films, Haasan returned to the industry as a dance assistant, apprenticing under choreographer Thankappan. During this time, Haasan made brief appearances in some films including a few uncredited roles.

His first appearance came in the 1970 film Maanavan, in which he appeared in a dance sequence. He went on to assist Thankappan in films such as Annai Velankani (1971) and Kasi Yathirai (1973). In the former he had a supporting role and worked as an assistant director. His first full-fledged role came in K. Balachander’s Tamil film Arangetram (1973).

Balachander cast him as the antagonist in his Sollathaan Ninaikkiren (1973). Haasan went on to do supporting roles in films such as Gumasthavin Magal (1974), Aval Oru Thodar Kathai (1974) and Naan Avanillai. He played his first lead role in the Malayalam film, Kanyakumari, for which he won his first Filmfare Award in 1974.

In Tamil cinema, he had his breakthrough as a lead actor in Balachander’s Apoorva Raagangal. He played a rebellious young man who falls in love with an older woman. For this character portrayal, Haasan learned to play the mridangam.The role won him his second Filmfare Award.

In 1976, Haasan appeared Balachander’s Manmadha Leelai; this was followed by Oru Oodhappu Kan Simittugiradhu (directed by S. P. Muthuraman), which won him his third Filmfare Award. Haasan later appeared in the Balachander drama Moondru Mudichu. Avargal (1977) concerned the women’s movement; for this role, he learned ventriloquism.

16 Vayathinile, in which he played a village bumpkin, won him a fourth consecutive Best Actor award.

In 1977 Haasan starred in his first Kannada film, Kokila, the directorial debut of friend and mentor Balu Mahendra. That year he also appeared in a Bengali film, Kabita, a remake of the Tamil film Aval Oru Thodar Kathai.

In 1978 Haasan made his Telugu film debut with a lead role in the cross-cultural romantic Maro Charitra, directed by Balachander. His fifth consecutive Filmfare Award resulted from Sigappu Rojakkal, a thriller in which he played a psychopathic sexual killer. He appeared in the Malayalam film Eeta, for which he won his sixth Filmfare Award.

In the 1979 Telugu film Sommokadidi Sokokadidi, Haasan played two parts. This was also his first collaboration with director Singeetam Srinivasa Rao. He appeared in the musical Ninaithale Inikkum, a snake-horror film Neeya and Kalyanaraman. At the end of the 1970s he had six regional Best Actor Filmfare Awards, including four consecutive Best Tamil Actor Awards.

Hassan is known for winning several Indian film awards, including National Film Awards and Filmfare Awards, and has the distinction of being the actor with the most number of films submitted by India in the contest for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

His film production company, Rajkamal International, has produced several of his films.

He secured his first Indian National Film Award for his portrayal of a guileless school teacher who tends a child-like amnesiac in 1982’s Moondram Pirai. 

After 1984’s multistarrer Raaj Tilak, Haasan appeared in Saagar (released 1985), winning the Filmfare Best Actor Award and nominated for the Best Supporting Actor award. The film was India’s representative for the Best Foreign Language Oscar in 1985.

He left Bollywood temporarily after Geraftaar and Dekha Pyar Tumhara to feature in Japanil Kalyanaraman (a sequel to his 1979 Kalyanaraman).

He was particularly noted for his performance in Mani Ratnam’s Godfatheresque Nayagan (1987), which was ranked by Time magazine as one of the 100 best films of all time.

Kamal Haasan Marriage

He married actresses Vani Ganapathi first and later Sarika who bore him two children: Akshara Haasan and Shruthi Haasan. He divorced her and started living in with Gauthami, another famous Indian film actress of yesteryears. They were seprated in 2016 from their live in relationship

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Kamal Haasan Politics

Kamal Haasan formally launched his political party, Makkal Needhi Maiam on February 21, 2018. The party’s flag displays six joined hands in a circle in alternate red and white colours with a white star at its centre in a black background.

Kamal Hassan won many Indian movie awards, including 4 National Film Awards as well as nineteen Filmfare Awards. Apart from acting, directing and screen writing, he worked in movies as a playback singer, choreographer and songwriter.

Rajkamal International, which is Kamal Hassan’s film production corporation, has produced many of his movies. In 1990, Kamal Hassan was honored with the Padma Shri rewarding his fantastic contribution to Indian cinema.

In 2009, Hassan was listed among the very few actors of India who have worked successful for more than fifty years in Indian cinema.

Kamal Hassan secured his second Indian National Film Award recognizing his portrayal of an ingenuous school teacher who tends an innocent amnesiac in 1982’s Moondram Pirai. His Tamil movie Nayagan brought him great popularity among the film enthusiasts.

Interesting facts about Kamal Hassan:

  •  Kamal Haasan did 10 roles in movie Dashavthaaram, highest record so far by any actor done in single movie.
  • Kamal Haasan wrote his first script at age of 18 for the film Unarchigal (1976).
  • Kamal started his acting career when he was just 6, in Kalathur Kannama (1959) and for his performance in it, he was awarded the prestigious President’s Gold Medal.
  • In 1994, he added another feather to his hat by becoming the first Indian actor to get Rs 1 crore as his remuneration for a single film.
  • Kamal’s 1987 hit, Nayakan had impressed audience globally. The film and its story were so poignant, that in 1997, the Time Magazine listed Nayakan as one of the Top 100 Best Films of all time.
  • Kamal is the highest Filmfare Award achiever — he’s got it 19 times in the history of Indian cinema.
  • Being his humble self, he reportedly requested the Filmfare Association to withdraw his name from future awards to ensure youngsters get these awards.
  • In 2009, Kamal Haasan completed 50 years of his career in Indian Cinema.
  • Rajnikanth and Kamal Haasan have appeared in 19 films together.
  • In 1994, he added another feather to his hat by becoming the first Indian actor to get Rs 1 crore as his remuneration for a single film.
  • Kamal’s 1987 hit, Nayakan had impressed audience globally. The film and its story were so poignant, that in 1997, the Time Magazine listed Nayakan as one of the Top 100 Best Films of all time.
  • Kamal is the highest Filmfare Award achiever — he’s got it 19 times in the history of Indian cinema.

Being his humble self, he reportedly requested the Filmfare Association to withdraw his name from future awards to ensure youngsters get these awards.

In 2009, Kamal Haasan completed 50 years of his career in Indian Cinema.

Rajnikanth and Kamal Haasan have appeared in 19 films together.