Milind Soman’s Net Worth – How Wealthy is the movie actor?

How Rich is Milind Soman

Hos much is Milind Soman worth?

The movie actor has amassed a net worth of $20 million.

Milind Soman – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $20 million
Date of birth: November 4, 1965 (58 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 180
Profession: Movie Actor
Nationality: Indian

Biography – A Short Wiki

Indian actor and model most well known for his appearances in films like Bheja Fry, 16 December, and Paiyaa. He also appeared in the English-language film Valley of Flowers and the Swedish movie Arn – The Knight Templar. He also served as an ambassador for Pinkathon, a women’s running event meant to promote breast cancer awareness.

He attended Saboo Siddique College studying electrical engineering. While there, he was a national-level swimmer. It was shortly thereafter that he was discovered as a model.

In 2010, he competed on the hit reality series Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi in its third season, coming in at fourth place.

How Rich is Milind Soman
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Personal Life

He was born in Scotland and raised in England by his father Prabhakar, a scientist, and his mother, a biochemist, until they moved together to India when was seven. He is the single son out of his four siblings, with sisters Netra, Medha and Anupama. He married fellow actress Mylene Jampanoi in 2006 but divorced her in 2009.

He made one of his earliest screen debuts in the 1995 music video for Alisha Chinai’s “Made in India.”


“I don’t have a pattern in my life. That makes me a great boyfriend because it’s exciting. But I may not make a great husband.”

— Milind Soman

“You learn that later on in life – it’s not about how much you can lift or how fast you can run. It has a lot to do with your mental fitness, emotional balance, spiritual awareness.”

— Milind Soman

“I started event managing as my first career which I started in 1989, and that was the first year when I started modelling as well, so every time I start something new it is because of an interest that I have and then that interest becomes sustainable and doable.”

— Milind Soman

“Endurance sport is an inward journey, I like to be with myself, hear my heartbeat, my thoughts, it’s something I’ve been enjoying since 15 years and it’s only getting better.”

— Milind Soman

“Choosing a form of exercise you enjoy will help keep you fit and motivated.”

— Milind Soman