Rupali Ganguly’s Net Worth: From Owning Rs 90 Lakh Worth Jaguar XJ To Drawing Rs 3 Lakhs Per Episode, Here’s How Anupamaa Star Lives A Luxurious Life!
Rupali Ganguly is one of the popular actresses in the television industry. She ventured into the industry with her portrayal of medical intern Dr. Simran Chopra in the medical drama series Sanjivani in 2002. However, she became a household name after playing the role of Monisha Sarabhai in Sarabhai vs Sarabhai.
Since then the actress appeared in several daily soaps like Baa Bahoo Aur Baby, and Parvarrish – Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi. Now the actress is ruling the TRP charts with Anupamaa. Ever since the show aired in 2020, it has consistently remained in the number 1 position on TRP.
Currently, Rupali Ganguly is one of the highest-paid actresses in the television industry. If reports are to be believed, she charges Rs 3,00,000 per episode, and her net worth is estimated to be around Rs 20 crore. Needless to say, the actress lives a comfortable and luxurious life.
The 45-year-old actress lives in a high-rise apartment in Mumbai with her husband Ashwin K Varma. Her house is a spacious abode, consisting of 3 bedrooms, and 1 living room. The stunning balcony view and white flooring make her home look more elegant. Apart from this she also owns a Jaguar XJ, which is priced at Rs 90 lakhs, and a Mahindra Thar that cost approx Rs 16 lakhs.
Coming back to Anupama, Rupali Ganguly and Gaurav Khanna’s chemistry has won the hearts of many. However, recently some reports claimed that the actor is leaving the show. Gaurav then put the rumours to rest by talking to ETimes. He said, “I will just say that I am completely dedicated to Anupamaa and I have full trust in Rajan Shahi’s version of Anuj. I am fully committed to the show.”
He also reacted to the less screen time given to him in the show. Gaurav said, “When the character was narrated to me, I knew this character was going to be different from what audiences have been watching on TV so far. That’s why Anuj Kapadia’s role became so dear to people.”