Sumeet Vyas and Ekta Kaul welcomed their baby boy Ved yesterday, and were over the moon as they announced the arrival of their baby, on social media. Sumeet Vyas took to his Instagram sharing a note about the same, and wrote that they are ‘smothering the child every few minutes’. Congratulatory messages poured in, and the new ‘Tripling’ soon became the talk of the town. Both Sumeet Vyas and Ekta Kaul have a huge following and have starred in various TV shows and web series over the years. Curious to find out the combined net-worth of Sumeet Vyas and Ekta Kaul? Read on.
A report in Republic World stated their combined net worth, mentioning their sources of income. Sumeet Vyas has worked as an actor as well as a producer, however, his acting projects are his primary source of income. As per the report, Sumeet Vyas’ net worth is 2.5 million dollars, as of 2020. Sumeet Vyas is famously known for starring in the two web series- Permanent Roommates as well as TVF’s Tripling. However, he has also acted in a few TV shows and movies. He appeared in a Doordarshan show, Woh Huye Na Humare, and then later in Rehna Hai Teri Palkhon Ki Chhaon Mein and also Stories by Rabindranath Tagore. Sumeet Vyas was also seen in the 2009 film Jashn, as well as in Veere Di Wedding alongside Kareena Kapoor Khan.
Meanwhile, Ekta Kaul’s net worth is reported to be 1 million dollar, and stated that her primary source of income is from her acting projects as well. Ekta Kaul has been a part of TV shows such as Rab Se Sohna Isshq, Bade Acche Lagte Hai, and Mere Angne Me. She also appeared in the dance-based reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa season 6.
Adding it up, Sumeet Vyas and Ekta Kaul’s combined net worth is 2.5 million dollars. When converted into Rs, it’s over Rs. 26 crore. ALSO READ: Daddy Sumeet Vyas Opens Up On Why He Named His Newborn Ved; Explains The Significance
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