Star kids often find it easier to enter the entertainment industry and land movie roles. However, not every star kid manages to impress the audience with their acting skills. One such star kid, whose brother is a successful filmmaker, struggled to deliver a single successful movie in his 13-year acting career.

The star kid we’re talking about had a big debut in Bollywood alongside Shah Rukh Khan. However, after failing to score a hit on his own, he decided to quit acting. This star kid is none other than Uday Chopra, the son of the well-known filmmaker Yash Chopra. Uday mostly appeared in films produced by his father’s production house, Yash Raj Films. 

He made his acting debut in 2000 with the movie “Mohabbatein,” which also featured Jimmy Shergill, Shah Rukh Khan, Shamita Shetty, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Amitabh Bachchan.

Before trying his luck in front of the camera, Uday worked as an assistant director on films like “Lamhe,” “Parampara,” “Darr,” “DDLJ,” and “Dil Toh Pagal Hai.” Besides “Mohabbatein,” Uday acted in films like “Mujhse Dosti Karogi,” “Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai,” “Supari,” “Chara: A Joint Operation,” “Pyaar Impossible,” “Dhoom,” and “Dhoom 2,” among others. His last film was “Dhoom 3” in 2013, featuring Aamir Khan, Abhishek Bachchan, and Katrina Kaif.

Despite being part of several multi-starrer hits, Uday Chopra couldn’t achieve success as a solo lead. After leaving acting, he turned to production and worked on films like “The Longest Week” and “Grace of Monaco.” He also served as the executive producer for the docu-series “The Romantics.”

In 2012, Uday Chopra launched Comics, creating four major comic series: “Dhoom,” “Hum Tum,” “Ek Tha Tiger,” and “Daya Prochu.” Currently, he holds the position of CEO at YRF Entertainment, a Hollywood-based production company focused on developing, financing, and producing feature films and television shows for the US and international markets.

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Uday Chopra comes from a wealthy family with a net worth of Rs 9000 crore. His family owns three production houses: BR Films, YRF, and Dharma Productions. Uday’s brother, Aditya Chopra, is a successful filmmaker with a net worth of Rs 7200 crore. In comparison, Uday’s net worth is Rs 50 crore