From Riches To Rags: 5 Indian Movie Stars

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 28 March 2014, 13:07 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Bollywood is a whole new world in itself with all the glitz and glamour where actors are transformed overnight into stars, demigods and millionaires. In fact, it is rare when people can believe if a celebrity says I am bankrupt. But there are many such examples in the entertainment hub of India, where its stars have gone bankrupt. Read on to know 5 of them as compiled by Yahoo! Celebrity.

#1 Abhay Deol

Abhay Deol, the critically acclaimed actor who is loved for his performance in blockbuster movies like Ek Chalis Ki Last Local, Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!, Aisha and others, is in financial mire. The actor had to mortgage his Juhu flat to take care of his financial worries. According to mid-day, the actor has suffered severe financial losses owing to the movie One By Two which bombed at the box office, which was his first production venture. Beside box office collections the One By Two couldn’t make decent returns on the music as well since the producers had a tussle with record label over contract issues. “I have availed a loan for which I had to give papers for this property as surety,” he said.

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