Virat Kohli Networth and Richest Crickerter

This page provides detailed information about Virat Kohli, including his Net Worth, IPL Fees, Biography, Wife, Age, Height, Weight, Income, and many more details. You can also find out how Virat ranks first in the list of highest-paid Indian cricketers and see how his net worth is expected to grow in the future.

In between the Test series in Australia prior to the 2015 World Cup, MS Dhoni stepped down as India’s Test captain and handed him over the responsibility. For India, Virat has been their mainstay in the middle order across all formats. Kohli has scored a lot of runs over the past few years, and with the exception of a poor Test series in England in 2014, he has performed well in every situation and against every country.

In his short captaincy stint, Kohli has performed exceptionally well winning Test series in Sri Lanka after 22 years, beating the Proteas 3-0 at home, and winning the West Indies series 2-0. In addition, he became the first Indian captain to win two Tests on Caribbean shores in a single series.

The net worth of Virat Kohli

A variety of online resources (Wikipedia, Forbes, Wikipedia) estimate Virat Kohli’s net worth as $122 Million, which is 1010 crores in Indian rupees. A famous victory at the 2008 U-19 World Cup led to Kohli’s purchase by the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL. Including his salary, endorsements and match earnings, Virat Kohli is worth $115 million in 2023.

Name Virat Kohli
Net Worth (2023) $122 Million
Net Worth In Indian Rupees Rs. 1010 Crore INR
Profession Cricketer
Monthly Income And Salary Rs. 4 Crore +
Yearly Income Rs. 50 Crore +
Daily Earnings Rs. 10 Lakhs +
Income Source Cricket, Advertisement
Last Updated 2023

Salary of Virat Kohli:

As a Grade A player, Virat earns substantial sums as a player alone, according to BCCI central contracts. As a grade-A player, he gets $190,000 (1.25 crore) as his retainer fee on an annual basis and receives Rs 5 lakh, Rs 3 lakh, and Rs 1.50 lakhs for playing a test, an ODI, and a T20 match, respectively.

Endorsement income:

Apparently, Kohli charges Rs.2 crore per day, compared to Dhoni’s 1.5 crores, for endorsements worth more than INR 17 crore.

As a result, Kohli signs contracts for about 3 days and pays a daily fee of Rs 2 crore, equivalent to Sachin Tendulkar’s fees. During those three days, brands use Kohli for photo shoots, press briefings, and other public appearances.

Houses owned by Virat Kohli:

His bungalow was purchased in the capital of the country and in his hometown by the flamboyant Delhi lad. In the same way that Kohli himself does, Virat has added to his house the quintessence of marvelous interiors and exteriors according to his taste, giving it a cool and dashing appearance.

Virat Kohli owns several properties, but he lives in two houses. One is in Delhi and the other is in Mumbai.

Virat Kohli bought the Mumbai house (an apartment) in 2012 for a whopping Rs.9 crore. He hired a famous interior designer to make changes to the newly bought apartment. The interior design has cost an additional Rs.1.5 crore.

Cars owned by Virat Kohli:

Among the car brands Virat Kohli owns are Mercedes, Audi, BMW, and Volkswagen. Some of the cars were purchased by him personally, and others were gifted by sponsors.

Additionally, Kohli owns a Renault Duster, Audi 8, Toyota Fortuner, and Toyota Liva that would make anyone go crazy.

Virat Kohli’s bio:

His father, Prem Kohli, is a criminal lawyer and his mother, Saroj Kohli, is a housewife. He has an elder brother, Vikash, and an elder sister, Bhavna.

When Kohli was three years old, he would pick up a cricket bat, swing it, and ask his father to bowl at him. Kohli was raised in Uttam Nagar and attended Vishal Bharti Public School.

Facts you should know

In the 2002–03 Polly Umrigar Trophy, Kohli played for the Delhi Under-15 team for the first time

Before making his first-class debut in 2006, he represented the city’s cricket team at various age groups.

Kohli was selected for the India Under-19 squad’s tour of England in July 2006.

As a 19-year-old, he made his international debut and was dismissed for 12 runs in the first ODI of the tour

The Indian ODI squad included him for the tour of Sri Lanka and the Champions Trophy in Pakistan in August 2008

Virat Kohli was bought for $30,000 by Royal Challengers Bangalore in March 2008 on a youth contract.

During the 2011 season, Virat Kohli was the only player retained by the Royal Challengers franchise. He was appointed vice-captain.

His second favorite sport is football

Kohli and Anjana Reddy of Universal Sportsbiz (USPL) launched WROGN in November 2014

Virat Kohli invested Rs.90 crore (US$13 million) in 2015 to launch a chain of gyms in the country


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