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Akshay Kumar among WORLD'S HIGHEST PAID Actors

By Rediff Movies
August 22, 2019 13:09 IST

The Forbes list of the World's Highest Paid Actors of 2019 is out, and Akshay Kumar lands a spot among the top 10!

The actor rubs shoulders with Hollywood actors like Dwayne Johnson, Chris Hemsworth and Robert Downey Jr, who have made it to the list.

A look at the Top 10 earners, according to Forbes:

 

Photograph: Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Dwayne Johnson is the highest paid actor on the 2019 Forbes' list.

The Hobbs and Shaw actor's earnings of the previous year were rock solid, as he raked in a total income of $ 89.4 million, reported Page Six.

His upcoming film Jumanji: The Next Level will earn him around $ 23.5 million, which will be his highest pay cheque till date.

Further, he makes $ 700,000 per episode of the HBO show Ballers. 

This isn't the first time he has earned this title; he topped the list in 2016 as well.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Chris Hemsworth/Instagram

Thor actor Chris Hemsworth comes second with an earnings of $ 76.4 million.

 

Photograph: Kind courtesy Robert Downey Jr/Instagram

Iron Man aka Robert Downey Jr has earned $ 66 million.

 

Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Akshay Kumar is the only Bollywood actor on the list, and has been making only hits lately. He has earned $ 65 million, and stands tall at the fourth position.

 

Photograph: Pradeep Bandekar

Jackie Chan comes fifth with $58 million.

 

Photograph: Bret Hartman / Reuters

Adam Sandler earns $ 57 million and shares the sixth spot with...

 

Photograph: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

...Bradley Cooper!

 

Captain America star Chris Evans earns $43.5 million, and comes eighth.

 

Photograph: Jesse Grant/Getty Images

Antman actor Paul Rudd stands ninth with his $41 million earnings.

 

Photograph: Hitesh Harisinghani/ Rediff.com

Will Smith rounds off the list with his earnings at $35 million.

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