Stars And Their Cars: Top 5 Bollywood Stars And Their Expensive Vehicles

Sep 05, 2016 06:40 AM EDT | Eve C.

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Working as an actor has also perks, especially those who are already famous in Hollywood. But same as in the United States, celebrities in Bollywood is also living luxuriously. 

Of course, one of the perks is having a lot of money which can buy any high-end cars. Earning more than 6-digits paycheck (in dollars) gives them the opportunity to purchase a great home with a wide parking space.

And for that, a luxurious car must also be necessary. However, these 5 Bollywood celebrities have more than we could imagine. Let us check their expensive vehicles- courtesy of Silicon India.

1. King Khan- Obviously, the name really says something about this celebrity. Arish Ahmad Khan in real life, the 39-year-old Indian owns a Bugatti Veyron which costs around $1.7 million, according to Left Lane News

2. Big B.- the Mumbai native, who was born as Amitabh Harivansh Rai Bachchan owns many properties because of being prominent in Bollywood. But aside from having luxurious properties, he is also a car lover. He owns a Rolls Royce Phantom, which is a gift.

3. Sanjay Dutt- According to Silicon India, the film actor was in jail for some time. But after that, he is living the "high life." He might also lucky when it comes to love life. His wife gave him a Bentley recently. Prior to that, Mrs. Dutt gave him a Rolls Royce Ghost.

4. Priyanka Chopra- the former beauty queen who is also known as Piggy Chops is also carving her name in Hollywood by leading the series "Quantico." But apart from that, this Indian actress is driving another Rolls Royce Ghost. Not to mention that she owns a Harley Davidson.

5. Parineeti Chopra- Priyanka's cousin is also a promising star in Bollywood. She recently bought a Jaguar XJL 2 as a gift for herself. 

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