In the case of earning assets, the super rock band queen has surpassed Queen Elizabeth of Britain. In the Sunday Times Rich List, this time, the band Queen’s property is estimated to be worth £ 44.5 million (about 4 thousand 46 crores), while the Queen’s total asset is 37 crores (about 3 thousand 365 crores). However, this time the queen was hurt by the change of rules.
The Sunday Times refused to add the earnings of the Crown Estate and the Royal Art Collection to the Queen’s Accounts. In this list, the queen was the top five consecutive years from 1989 to 1994.
Little infor for the melts freaking out about the golden piano. The Queen does not own the piano, nor the palace she was sitting in. They are State assets and as such belong to the people she has given her life to. Now shut the fudge up please.
— Nimco Ali 🔻 (@NimkoAli) December 26, 2018
Bohemian Rhapsody’s Success Changed Luck
In Brayel, Roger Taylor, John DeCau’s fate was over when his film Bohemian Rhapsody made a new record of success. After that, the total assets of these three became more than Rs 4000 crore. The result of the film changed so much that they left behind the Queen in terms of property.
Bohemian Rhapsody reflects the life of well-known singer Freddy Mercury. His death came from AIDS-like pneumonia in 1991. Then his age was only 45 years. On the box office, the film has reached close to doing business worth 75.9 crores (about 7 thousand crores).
We’re still feeling a little shook from Sunday! pic.twitter.com/no2boSZpHV
— Bohemian Rhapsody (@BoRhapMovie) February 27, 2019
Remy Malek has been awarded Oscar and BAFTA (British Academy of Films and Television Arts) award in Best Actor category for Mercury’s Best Performance in the film. His four songs were featured on the Movie