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Salman Khan is among the Bollywood stars who are attempting NFTs

NFTs are a sort of digital asset that uses blockchain to track who owns what, such as photos, movies, and other valuables. Despite the fact that their rapid growth has baffled many people, the NFT mania shows no signs of slowing down.

Bollywood celebrities such as Amitabh Bachchan and Salman Khan will soon introduce NFTs. While Bachchan’s non-fungible tokens may include signed posters from his flicks, Khan has been spreading the word about the upcoming NFT launch on Twitter to his 43 million followers.

“In the film industry, there are three variables that encourage interest in NFTs. Speculators are buying it to resell it at a higher price later. The party is not to be missed by novelty seekers. Fans want a closer relationship with their heroes. While the basis of celebrity NFTs is based on admirers at the moment”
says Ajeet Khurana, an advisor to cryptocurrencies throughout the world.



Here’s a list of Bollywood stars who are dabbling in NFTs, along with details on their digital assets.



Amitabh Bachchan is an Indian film actor.

Amitabh Bachchan, the legendary actor, just completed the auction for his NFT series.

Salman Khan BollyCoin

On October 13, 2021, superstar Salman Khan joined with BollyCoin, a film industry NFT marketplace, for his NFT collections. Similar to Bollycoin, one million BOLLY tokens were sold out in the first three hours of its launch.

Sunny Leone MISFTIZ

Sunny Leone, following in the footsteps of other celebrities, announced her first collectible venture, MISFTIZ!, on Twitter on October 30, 2021.

Leone’s digital collection ‘MISFTIZ’ was well-received.


Kamal Haasan is an Indian film actor



Kamal Haasan is on his way to becoming the first Indian celebrity with a digital avatar in the metaverse. The actor-turned-politician has announced his move into the digital sphere with the launch of the non-fungible coin.

….and a list of others..

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