Jannat Zubair is undoubtedly, one of the youngest and most popular divas in the entertainment industry, who set her foot in the industry almost 12 years ago. When Jannat made a cameo debut in the show ‘Dil Mil Gaye’, no one would’ve thought her popularity would reach these heights. But she gained recognition after her masterstroke performance as a child actor in ‘Phulwa’, her innocence and acting skills won hearts. Now, all grown up to be 20 year old gorgeous young girl, Jannat’s success and fame is taking her to new heights, with the actress gaining popularity not just through TV Soaps but also through YouTube music videos, that fans seem to love. She has also been featured in many Bollywood movies including Hichki, and Luv ka the end among others.
While with fame and success, a big fan base is not all that Jannat has earned throughout these years. She’s known for being one of the most influential celebrities on social media, with a staggering 41 million followers on Instagram. You’ll be shocked to learn how much Jannat charges per post on Instagram. It is being said that the young diva charges around 1.5 Lakh rupees for one post, making her one of the most influential celebs on Instagram.
Jannat Zubair Net Worth:
Being one of the most promising stars of India, Jannat reportedly has an income of rupees 7.12 crores per annum, which makes it around 1 million dollars. Not just Jannat, but her younger brother Ayaan Zubair Rahmani, is also passionate about acting and has been a child actor himself. While some fans have speculated in the past, about Jannat dating fellow co star and influencer, Faisu, owing to the couple’s sizzling on-screen chemistry, but the two have been very clear on their stance and have clarified a multiple occasions how there’s nothing more to their relationship than being friends.
Jannat once opened up about the pressure of being a social media star, how she often ahs Ben very careful with whatever she does, and how certain things leads up to uninvited troll. She said, “I also have to pay attention to what caption I am putting. Because I know my following, the age group is between 13-14 to 18-19, they are children. So there are times, even if it’s a song lyric and I want to put it as a caption, but if I feel like it is not suitable for a 13 or a 14 year old, then I would not do that.”
“So that is not a pressure, but a responsibility. I feel responsible for that. If a certain amount of people who are of this age and are following me, I think it’s my responsibility to make sure that whatever they see, if they are getting influenced, they are supposed to get influenced in the right way, so I shouldn’t be uploading this or putting this as a caption.” she continued.