Virat Kohli to continue be richest among other cricketers despite relinquishing captaincy, here's how
Team India skipper Virat Kohli may leave the captaincy of T20 cricket and IPL franchise RCB, but he will still earn billions of rupees. Here are eight such sources of him from where he can do so.
Apart from cricket, Kohli has 20 brands to promote, earning more than ₹150 crore. He reportedly charges around $1 million (more than ₹70 lakh) for a shoot per day. He endorses top brands like Puma, Audi, MRF, Tissot, aAmaze Battery & Inverter, Hero Motocorp, Volini, Too Yum, Manyavar, Boost, American Tourister, Uber, Vicks, Philips India and countless more.
In case one does not know, Kohli also owns his apparel brand, Wrogn. The brand is also the kit partner of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
Kohli also owns a restaurant in Delhi named Niva. It's a highly luxurious hotel, as he easily earns ₹9 crore plus every year.
Kohli also has an investment of ₹90 crore in Chisel fitness centre. It has many branches all over the country and is one of the top fitness chains in the nation.
Kohli also owns the football club FC Goa in the Indian Super League. Besides, he earns a hefty from his tennis team in UAE Royals, wrestling team Bengaluru Warriors and Sports Convo, a London-based sports tech start-up.
Kohli supposedly also earns crores through social media. He has more than 150 million Instagram followers, while he charges ₹5 crore for a sponsored post.
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