Blockchain attraction: Five Indian celebrities in the NFT game
Amitabh Bachchan will release his NFTs on the BeyondLife.club website
Dinesh Karthik's animated clip is India's first-ever sports NFT
Salman Khan is partnering with Bollycoin to launch his NFT collection
NFTs' power has now arrived in India. With the aid of Bollywood film industry titans like Amitabh Bachchan and Salman Khan, non-fungible tokens have made headlines in India. Here are some of the most well-known Indian celebrities who are both investing in and promoting NFTs:
The renowned Bollywood actor has decided to launch his own NFTs (non-fungible tokens) at a time when the world is obsessed with virtual currencies, with over $2.5 billion in NFTs exchanged internationally. Bachchan will release his NFTs - a collection of unique and limited artworks centered on him - on the BeyondLife.club website, including Sholay posters autographed by him, verses of 'Madhushala' narrated by him with backstories, and rare digital gems from the past.
Bhai of Bollywood has collaborated with Bollycoin, a Bollywood NFT marketplace, to offer his NFT (Non-fungible tokens) collection for his fans. Bollycoin aims to be the world's largest Bollywood NFT marketplace, collaborating with the industry's best producers and actors to develop one-of-a-kind NFTs.
One of the most memorable events in contemporary sporting history is the renowned cricketer's last-ball six in the 2018 India-Bangladesh match, which awarded India the Nidahas Trophy that year. This amazing event has been recorded in the form of India's first-ever sports NFT. The animated clip, titled "Six For The Win," will be available for purchase in October and depicts Karthik's genuine thoughts as he faced up against the opposition team in the final minutes of the game.
Sunny Leone became the first Indian film actress to enter the crypto realm with the NFTs-based idea. She has collaborated with the Silicon Valley-based start-up Mintdropz to develop a website for her NFTs. According to the famous actress, crypto is the future of the world, and NFTs allow her an opportunity to express herself with art and be able to effectively make each NFT its own unique token, which is extremely exciting.
Manish Malhotra has recently released India's first fashion NFT on the indigenous platform WazirX, and it sold out in seconds! Sketches and GIFs of five couture pieces worn by models and celebrities such as Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, and Lisa Ray were featured in the collection. 'Illuminous Showstopper,' a custom-made constellation sketch for Kareena Kapoor Khan, received the highest bid — 3,000 WRX (about Rs 2.8 lakh) from NFT creator-collector Mike Blue.