How SRK’s wife Gauri Khan accumulated a net worth of about 1600 Cr, that too on her own

Gauri Khan’s Lavish Life: Most people know Gauri Khan as the doting wife of superstar Shah Rukh Khan. Gauri always stood firmly by her husband. He has made his mark as a successful interior designer in the last decade. According to media reports, Gauri Khan’s net worth is US$ 215 million. Gauri Khan started her career by decorating her own house Mannat. After which many people gave him the task of designing his home and office. According to Vogue India, it took 10 years to build the US$27 million home Mannat, which Gauri used Hindu statues, crystal chandeliers to decorate. Gym, library, boxing ring, tennis court and auditorium are everything in Gauri and Shahrukh’s house.

Ever since she started her design gig in 2013, Gauri has worked with many big Bollywood celebrities. He also helped Nita Ambani design the lounge at Mukesh Ambani’s house, Antilia, and Gauri was also given the responsibility of giving Reliance’s Jio World Center its 3D photorealistic nuances. Meanwhile, Gauri Khan also renovated Karan Johar’s house and renovated Jacqueline Fernandez’s Mumbai apartment. He has also designed actress Alia Bhatt’s vanity van.

In 2017, Gauri Khan launched her first flagship store in Juhu, Mumbai, with homeware accents from international designers such as Roberto Cavalli and Ralph Lauren. Apart from this, Gauri became the co-founder of Red Chillies Entertainment with Shahrukh Khan in the year 2004. Gauri has co-produced more than 27 films in her home production so far, which includes many box office hits like Main Hoon Na, Om Shanti Om, My Name is Khan, Dilwale.

According to media reports, Gauri’s net worth is US$ 215 million or 1,600 crores. In addition to his design firm 150 crores annually, Red Chillies Entertainment does an annual business of 500 crores.


Written by Alex McCurthy

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