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Rajesh Hamal Wiki/Biography
Rajesh Hamal was born on 9 June 1964, in Tansen, Palpa, Nepal, to Renu and Dr. Chuda Badadur Hamal, the Nepalese Ambassador to Russia. He is an actor, TV presenter and social worker, who has starred in numerous films, establishing himself as a major figure in the Nepalese film industry.
So just how wealthy is Rajesh Hamal now? Sources state that Hamal has acquired his net worth of over $50 million, as of mid-2017, accumulated during his acting career which began in the mid-‘80s .
Rajesh Hamal Net Worth $50 million
Hamal attended Bhanubhakta Memorial Higher Secondary School in Kathmandu, Nepal, and later moved to Moscow, Russia, where he completed his studies. He then obtained his MA in English literature from Chandigarh University in India.
In the mid-’80s, he modeled for the Indian magazine Fashion Net, and also walked the catwalk in Kathmandu and New Delhi. His career in the entertainment industry began in the mid-’90s, landing a starring role in the film “Yug Dheki Yug Samma”, which earned him a National Film Award for Best Actor Debut. The film achieved a great success, significantly contributing to Hamal’s popularity, and to his net worth as well.
Another major role followed in 1991, when he was cast with the leading role as Shankar in the film “Deuta”. The role shot him to stardom, earning him another National Film Award for Best Actor, and the role made Hamal’s wealth larger too. He also landed many other film roles during this time, such as in “Chatyang” and “Aparadh”, earning a National Film Award for Best Actor for both projects and increasing his fortune.
The actor was injured in 1994 while filming “Sadak”, when a wall of bricks fell upon him while doing a stunt, causing severe bleeding, which took him several months to recover from. After the release, “Sadak” became the fourth highest-grossing film of the year, which significantly added to Hamal’s net worth.
Opportunities continued to come his way, and he went on to land a number of film parts by the end of the decade, including “Prithvi”, “Simana” and “Rhana Bhoomi”, among many others. Almost all of the films Hamal appeared in during the ’90s were great critical and box office successes, earning him several more National Film Awards and expanding his fame and fortune.
The year 2000 saw him in another major role, this time in the romantic film “Basanti”, which became the highest-grossing film for that year. Hamal’s performance also won rave reviews, earning him yet another National Film Award, and further boosting his net worth.
He went on to land parts in film such as “Dhuk Dhuki”, “Asirbad”, “The Yug Dekhi Yug Samma” and “Raju Raja Ram”, while also appearing in numerous Nepalese comedy and reality television shows, such as the comedy show “Meri Bassai”, cementing his status as a star and further improving his net worth.
His most recent performances were in the 2016 films “Bijuili Machine” and “Bagmati”.
When it comes to his personal life, Hamal has been married to Madhu Bhattarai since 2014.
The actor is involved in philanthropy, having served as Goodwill Ambassador for the Building Back Right initiative to promote reconstruction after the April 2015 Nepal earthquake.
|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Date Of Birth||June 9, 1964|
|Place Of Birth||Tansen, Palpa, Nepal|
|Education||Bhanubhakta Memorial Higher Secondary School, Panjab University|
|Spouse||Madhu Bhattarai Hamal|
|Parents||Chuda Bahadur Hamal, Renu KC Hamal|
|Siblings||Rakesh Hamal, Rupa Hamal, Rita Hamal, Rekha Hamal|
|Movies||Hami Tin Bhai, Kasam, God, Basanti, Ajambari Naataa, Yug Dekhi Yug Samma, Siudo Ko Sindoor, Je Bho Ramrai Bho, Kachehri, Bijuli Machine, Mukhauta, Ek Number Ko Pakhe, Nepal Pyaro Chha, Giraftaar, Adhikar Aprad, Agni Parikshya Desh, Mr. Ram Kisne|
|1||Yug Dekhi Yug Samma is his first Nepali movie.|
|Je Bho Ramrai Bho||2003|
|Bhagya Le Jurayo||2002|
|Nepal Pyaro Chha||2001|
|Siudo Ko Sindoor||2001|