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Virat Kohli Becomes First Indian Cricketer to Earn Over 1000 Crore


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Dehli: (Azadi Times) Virat Kohli, the star Indian cricketer, has become the first Indian cricketer to earn over 1000 crore rupees.

According to a report by the Indian Journal, Kohli’s earnings come from a variety of sources, including his Indian team contract, his earnings from the T20 League, his brand endorsements, and his investments.

Kohli’s Indian team contract pays him 7 crore rupees per year, and he earns an additional 15 lakh rupees for each Test match, 6 lakh rupees for each ODI match, and 3 lakh rupees for each T20 match.

He also earns 15 crore rupees annually from the T20 League, and he is the brand ambassador for 18 different brands.

Kohli reportedly charges between 7.5 crore rupees and 10 crore rupees per brand endorsement, and he charges 8.9 crore rupees for each post on Instagram and 2.5 crore rupees for each post on Twitter.

In addition to his cricket earnings, Kohli also owns restaurants and luxury athletic wear brands. He owns a house worth 34 crore rupees in Mumbai and 80 crore rupees in Gurugram, and he owns cars worth 31 crore rupees.

Kohli’s earnings make him one of the highest-paid athletes in the world. He is only the second cricketer, after Sachin Tendulkar, to reach the 1000 crore rupee mark. Kohli’s earnings are a testament to his success as a cricketer and as a brand ambassador.

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