Nowdays Bollywood actors wants to play it safe as their is no guarantee of getting work for lifetime. So many actor have invested thier hard earned money in business ventures. These actors have also tasted success in their role as businesspersons in real life. Take a look below
Hrithik Roshan: HRX by Hrithik Roshan has garnered immense popularity since its launch in November 2013. The brand, which manufactures active lifestyle apparel and accessories, stands by the belief that fitness can change who a person is and what they do in everything in their life, something Hrithik truly stands by and motivates others to follow as well. The Kaabil actor has always believed in being the best version of you and HRX is a mix of Hrithik’s supreme style, passion, and persona.
Riteish Deshmukh: The Banjo actor owns the Mumbai Film Company Private Limited jointly with his wife, Genelia D’Souza. A company is a private firm and is involved in films, radio and television amongst other modes of entertainment. The first film that was produced under the MFCPL banner was the blockbuster Marathi coming of age film, Balak Palak, that was globally well received for exploring the topics of pornography and the curious age of adolescence.
Taapsee Pannu: Taapsee Pannu, who has been delivering brilliant films after brilliant films, partnered with her sister, Shagun and her friend, Farah Parvaresh, to start a wedding planning company. The Wedding Factory’s aim is to provide a refreshing experience matching international standards, but within a fixed budget. Taapsee is whole heartedly involved in the creative and marketing decisions of the venture, although she has enough time to focus on her soaring career.
Ali Fazal: The Victoria and Abdul actor has partnered up with his childhood buddy Ankit Kumar, who has created an app that is a saving assistant for the broke urban millennial. Rightfully named ‘Balance’, this app whose target audience is youngsters, will allow people to save money and help in its growth, without the aid of a bank account. Ali, who is all set to launch the app in June 2018, will also promote it on his social media platforms in order to garner more traction from his young followers.
Tiger Shroff: Bollywood’s own John Rambo recently launched a clothing brand. In partnership with Mojostar, Prowl is an active clothing brand, a reflection of Tiger’s own personality. He likes to wear stylish and nouveau fashion clothes without having the restriction to uninhibited movement. Prowl aims to provide users the exact choice of wardrobe that is one step ahead of athleisure and ensures comfort and style at the same time.
Shahid Kapoor: Shahid’s style transformation took a turn for the better when he went from being the cute boyish guy-next-door to a phenomenally sexy man. Keeping with his trendy new avatar, he has launched a new easy-to-wear, street-style inspired range of menswear – from cuffed jeans to printed bombers – called Skult. Shahid not only worked on the label for a year and curate pieces; he actually designed everything and paid attention to the details, to provide the products a personal touch.
Jacqueline Fernandez: The leggy beauty has entered the culinary space with a new restaurant—Kaema Sutra in her own home country of Sri Lanka. The first-ever restaurant recently opened its doors in Colombo’s newest 5-star hotel, Shangri-La Hotel. While work on the restaurant has been going on for some time now, the menu is a collaborative effort between Jacqueline Fernandez and Sri Lankan celebrity chef, Dharshan Munidasa, and will soon open doors for the public in Mumbai.
Anushka Sharma: Nush is Anushka Sharma’s apparel brand that targets the modern woman’s need to look her best yet feel great in her skin. The brand has garnered a lot of positive attention since its launch and has a brilliantly designed collection of delicate pieces that resonate with Anushka’s personal style.