Javed Akhtar Net Worth

How much is Javed Akhtar worth?

Net Worth:$20 Million
Date of Birth:January 17, 1945 (78 years old)
Profession:Lyricist, Poet, Screenwriter, Writer
Javed Akhtar Net Worth:
$20 Million

Javed Akhtar Net Worth: Javed Akhtar is an Indian poet and writer who has a net worth of $20 million. Born in Khairabad, Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh, in 1945, Javed Akhtar studied at Colvin Taluqdars’ College and Aligarh Muslim University. He moved to Mumbai during the mid-’60s in an attempt to work in the film industry.

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Personal Life

With his wife, Honey Irani, he had two children, Zoya and Farhan. His affair with Shabana Azmi ended his marriage to Irani; he eventually married Azmi.

He and Salim Khan co-wrote a number of film scripts in the 1970s and 1980s.

Inspirational Quotes by Javed Akhtar

Words are not thoughts, just like bricks are not homes. But houses are made with bricks. If you have less bricks, you will make a small house. The more words you have, the clearer your thoughts, and the more clearly you can convey them.

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Words are a strange thing. You once saw an animal and decided it's a 'cat.' But cat is a sound. This cat has nothing to do with the animal. But I have decided it's a cat. So a cat it is.

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For an average noun or an average verb, an average mind can quickly create reference. Where did they hear it? See it? What does it remind them of? What is its connection? When was it last used in conversation? What has been my experience with it? A host of memories appear when you hear a word you remember.

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Everything is now moving fast so communication has to be fast as well. But the tragedy is that we have attained this speed at the cost of depth of words.

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Very rarely does a mainstream film push the envelope. A film that's so-called mainstream and questions certain norms, certain notions of morality, and gets away with it opens doors. It means the common man, the majority of the people, have accepted it.

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