Virat Kohli Net Worth 2023: IPL Salary, Cars, Property, Sponsorships

Virat Kohli Net Worth
Net Worth175 Million $
NameVirat Kohli
Net Worth In 2023Rs. 1175 Crore INR
BCCI Salary52 Crore / year
Monthly Income7 Crores (888 Thousand$)
Test Match Salary15 Lakhs per day
ODI Salary6 Lakhs Per Day
T20 Salary3 Lakhs Per Day
Monthly Salary by BCCI15 Lakhs per Month
Date of BirthNovember 5, 1988
Batting StyleRight Hand

Virat Kohli’s BCCI Salary

Kohli is centrally contracted as a A+ grade player. He earns a sum of INR 7 Cr as part of the annual player retainer ship offered by the cricket board, Kohli gets 15 Lakh Indian Rupees as Monthly Salary from BCCI, Along That he receives 6 Lakhs per match from Indian Cricket Board.

Virat Kohli gets match fees of Rs 15 lakh to play a Test Match, Rs 6 lakh to play an ODI, Rs. 3 lakhs to play a T20 Match.

Virat Kohli Net Worth 2023: IPL Salary, Cars, Property, Sponsorships 1

Virat Kohli’s IPL Salary

Virat Kohli is a Retained Player for Royal Challengers Bangalore from 2008 and was retained again in 2023 by the same franchise. Virat Kohli has got 158 Crore and 20 Lakh Indian Rupees as Salary in IPL(Indian Premier League) Till Now.

2023₹ 120,000,000
2022 (Retain)₹ 150,000,000
2021₹ 170,000,000
2020 ₹ 170,000,000
2019 ₹ 170,000,000
2018₹ 170,000,000
2017₹ 125,000,000
2016₹ 125,000,000
2015₹ 125,000,000
2014₹ 125,000,000
2013₹ 82,800,000
2012₹ 82,800,000
2011₹ 82,800,000
2010₹ 1,200,000
2009₹ 1,200,000
2008₹ 1,200,000
Total₹ 1,582,000,000 Indian Rupees

Virat Kohli’s residence and cars

Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli lives in Worli, Mumbai. He resides in a luxurious apartment, which is reportedly worth Rs 34 crore. Now coming to his cars, Kohli has some Hot wheels in his garage, Virat Kohli owns Audi vehicles like R8 V10 Plus, R8LMX, Audi RS5, Audi Q8, Renault Duster & Land Rover Vogue . He also owns a 3 Bentleys (Flying Spur and Continental GT).

Virat Kohli’s Cars Collection
Audi R8 V10 Plus
Land Rover Vogue
Audi RS5
Renault Duster
Audi R8 LMX
Audi Q8

Kohli’s Sponsorships:

Virat is Sponsor of Manyavar, Pepsi, Cinthol Deo, Boost, Fastrack, Reebok, Godrej, Head & Shoulders, Nestle, Puma, Audi, MRF, Colgate, and Tissot.

Kohli is the most popular cricketer currently, Virat Kohli’s brand value can’t be matched. He has a long list of companies that he is advertising. He is the owner of a fashion brand WROGN. For the fitness freak that he is, Kohli owns a chain of gyms too. He is the co-owner of FC Goa in the ISL (Indian Super League) and UAE Royals in the IPTL (International Premier Tennis League).

Kohli earns INR 12.5 Crore per year for donning the MRP sticker on his Bat (Bat Manufacturing Company). The tyre-manufacturing company locked a three-year deal with the Indian cricketer in 2015. However, the deal was renewed in 2017 for a whopping amount of INR 100 Crores for a period of eight years.

Virat Kohli is among the richest cricketers in the world. He was the only cricketer to have featured in the list of the top 100highest-paid athletes of 2020 put forward by Forbes magazine. The batting spearhead yearly income is around $17.5 million which is approximately Rs 130 crore. His total net worth is around 1125 crore Rupees.

Virat’s Current Ranking in Cricket

ODI Ranking8th
Test Ranking12th
T20 Ranking13th

Virat Kohli Houses:

The Fancy Delhi lad is known to reside in a gorgeous bungalow that is situated in the capital of the country and in his hometown. This has been a dream house for Virat as he has added the prototype of marvelous interior and exterior as per his taste to give his house a cool and dashing look.

There are multiple real estate properties owned by Virat Kohli. However, he stays in two houses One in Delhi and one in Mumbai.

The Mumbai apartment is situated in Bandra. It was bought by Kohli in 2012 for a whopping 9 crore Rupees. Virat has hired a famous interior designer to make changes for the newly bought house.

Virat Kohli’s 71st Century

Virat Kohli hit his 71st international hundred, one that came after an extended period of nearly three years, to propel India to a good total against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup game on Thursday.

Virat Kohli hit his maiden T20I hundred, and his first in international cricket since November 2019, against Afghanistan in Dubai in the Asia Cup game on Thursday.

Virat’s Cricket Debut & Endorsements

EndorsementsPuma, MRF, Audi, Tissot, Toyota, Boost Drink, FastTrack, Nike, Red Chief Shoes, Manyavar, TVS, Fair and Lovely, Pepsi Ad, Flying Machine
ODI debut (cap 175):18 August, 2008 Vs Sri Lanka
Marital statusMarried to Anushka Sharma (Bollywood Actress)
CharityVirat Kohli Foundation (VKF)
Charity football
Social media campaigns
ODI debut (cap 175):18 August 2008 Vs Sri Lanka
Test debut (cap 269):20 June 2011 Vs West Indies
T20I debut (cap 31):12 June 2010 Vs Zimbabwe

Virat Kohli Social Media

As of 2023, Virat Kohli is the highest followed Asian across all social media platforms. At Instagram, Kohli has a following of 211 Million users. He’s the highest followed cricketer on the platform and ranks third after Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. On Twitter, Kohli has 50 Million users currently.

Such a high count on social media also contributes monetarily to Kohli’s brand value. As per a report, courtesy of his engagements and social media presence on various platforms, it helps Kohli’s net worth a total of INR 375 crore.

  • Instagram – 211 Million
  • Twitter – 50 Million


What is Net Worth of Virat Kohli in 2023?

After checking all the sources, we can say that Virat Kohli’s Net worth per year is over 1175 Crores Indian Rupees.

What is the ICC T20 Ranking of Virat Kohli?

Right now in January 2023 Virat is Ranked at 13th position in T20 Format.

Men’s All-Time T20 Batting Ranking.

Virat is 3rd in the overall Men’s All-Time T20I Rankings

Virat Kohli’s Test Ranking in 2023?


Delhi Capitals Acquire Kashmiri Talent Jasia Akhtar for INR 20 Lakh in WPL 2023 Auction

Jasia Akhter

Srinagar’s Jasia Akhter, Kashmir’s star female cricketer, has been bought by Delhi Capitals in the first Women’s Premier League player’s auction. Akhter had an outstanding year with the bat, scoring 501 runs in nine matches during the Senior Women’s One Day tournament, and 273 runs in seven matches during the Senior Women’s T20 tournament.

She has been playing for Rajasthan and is their captain. While Delhi Capitals paid INR 20 lakh for Akhter, Sarla Devi remained unsold. Smriti Mandhana was the first pick in the Women’s Premier League auction, with Royal Challengers Bangalore buying her for INR 3.40 crore.

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This historic auction had 409 players going under the hammer. Akhter, who hails from the Shopian area of Kashmir, has been playing for outside teams for the last five years, after the lack of professionalism in J&K’s women’s cricket arena forced her to do so. Jasia’s consistent performance has made her one of the top women cricketers in India. She led Rajasthan to qualify for the knockout stage in One Day and T20 tournaments, and has been the only outside player on their side.

ILT20: Pooran, Fletcher power MI Emirates to eight-wicket win over Dubai Capitals

ILT20: Pooran, Fletcher power MI Emirates to eight-wicket win over Dubai Capitals 2

Sharjah, Feb 10 ( Scintillating half-centuries from Nicholas Pooran and Andre Fletcher powered MI Emirates to an emphatic eight-wicket win over Dubai Capitals in the eliminator of the ILT20 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium, here on Thursday night.

MI Emirates will now meet Gulf Giants in Qualifier 2 at the Dubai International Stadium on Friday.

Though Dubai Capitals posted a challenging 151 for 5 in 20 overs, MI Emirates raced to the target in 16.4 overs through Pooran’s unbeaten 66 off 36 balls with three boundaries and five sixes along with Andre Fletcher, who cracked 68 off 45 balls with four boundaries and four sixes. Together they put on an unbeaten 104 runs partnership off just 61 balls for the third wicket.

Dubai Capitals posted 151 on the board through George Munsey’s 51 off 43 balls with six boundaries and a six. Pooran and Fletcher, through their aggressive batting, squashed Dubai Capitals’ hopes and won the match with 20 balls to spare.

Earlier, MI Emirates had won the toss and elected to bowl. Opening bowler Fazalhaq Farooqi found it hard to control and gave away 11 runs in the first over.

Dubai Capitals opener Munsey picked the first boundary of the match through a square drive. Opener Robin Uthappa too got a boundary playing Trent Boult wide of first slip but fell to the last ball of that over. Boult forced Uthappa to play into the hands of Pooran at first slip for 6. Farooqi bowled a tight third over giving away just three runs.

Boult bowled brilliantly and gave away only two runs in his fourth over and by the end of the powerplay, DC Capitals could muster only 28 runs. UAE medium pacer Zahoor Khan too bowled tight giving just ten runs from his two overs.

Rashid Khan, who joined the team for this match, was introduced for the ninth over and he yielded six runs. By the halfway mark, Munsey and Sikandar Raza took the score to 59, and by the 11th over they had completed their 50 runs partnership.

Munsey punished Farooqi for a boundary off the first ball of the 12th over and hit the second delivery for a six to deep forward square. Off the third delivery, he earned a boundary to mid-wicket and another one to cover two balls later. Twenty-one runs came off that over.

Rashid Khan was re-introduced for the 13th over and Munsey swept his third delivery for a boundary to reach his half-century in 42 balls. Khan struck with the fourth ball to trap Munsey leg before for 51. Munsey and Raza had put on 78 runs in 64 balls for the second wicket. Rovman Powell joined Raza and took the Dubai Capitals score past the 100-run mark in 14.4 overs.

The last five overs began with Raza scooping Zahoor Khan for a boundary off the first ball of the 16th over and Powell hitting the third ball for a straight six. Raza picked another boundary off the last ball of that over. When hopes of a big total began to brighten up, wickets began to fall in successive overs.

Boult forced Raza pull into the hands of Bravo for 38 in the 17th over. Skipper Yusuf Pathan lasted only five balls to score four runs before lifting Rashid Khan to Bravo at mid-off in the 18th over. Bravo clean bowled Powell with a full toss for 30 in the 19th over. Dubai Capitals crossed the 150-mark in the last over.

In reply, MI Emirates began their chase losing their consistent opener Muhammad Waseem to the third ball of the first over when he drove into the hands of Reece Topley at mid-off for 2.

Undaunted by the setback, Lorcan Tucker and opener Andre Fletcher kept the scoreboard moving. The powerplay yielded 41 runs. Dasun Shanaka provided the breakthrough in the seventh over trapping Tucker leg before for 10.

Nicholas Pooran, began in his usual aggressive style hitting Shanaka for two consecutive sixes. By the halfway mark MI Emirates strengthened their position with score reading 81 for 2 and needing another 71 runs.

Pooran and Fletcher hit sixes off Raza’s 12th over to take the score past the 100-run mark. Fletcher reached his half-century in 33 balls while Pooran reached his 50 in 25 balls. When Ball was hit by Pooran for a six and a boundary off successive balls in the 13th over and also Ravi Bopara for a six each by both the batsmen in the next over MI Emirates raced to their big win.

“Trent Boult and Rashid Khan put up a top performance today. They are world-class bowlers. We are taking it one game at a time. We have a big game tomorrow. We’ll treat it as another game and try to give our best,” said MI Emirates bowling coach Vinay Kumar.

Meanwhile, Dubai Capitals’ captain Yusuf Pathan said, “We should have shown more intent with the bat today. We didn’t play with the right intent in the first six overs. I had a great experience in the ILT20 and I got to watch a lot of good cricket as well. It was good to watch the UAE players in the tournament as well.”

Brief scores: Dubai Capitals 151 for 5 in 20 overs (George Munsey 51, Sikandar Raza 38, Rovman Powell 30, Trent Boult 2 for 19, Rashid Khan 2 for 20) lost to MI Emirates 152 for 2 in 16.4 overs (Andre Fletcher 68 not out, Nicholas Pooran 66 not out, Jake Ball 1/23) by 8 wickets.

15-Day Basic Ice Hockey Coaching Camp Wraps Up in Kargil with Promising Results

15-day basic Ice Hockey coaching camp concludes in Kargil

Kargil, India – The 15-day basic Ice Hockey coaching camp for under 14 boys and girls organized by the District Youth Services and Sports Office (DYSSO) Kargil in collaboration with the Zonal Physical Education Officer Kargil concluded on Saturday at the Khree Sultan Choo Sports Stadium in Bemathang, Kargil.

The concluding ceremony was attended by the Chairman and Chief Executive Councilor (CEC) of the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council (LAHDC) Kargil, Feroz Ahmed Khan, as well as participants, coaches, and parents.

In his address, Khan congratulated the DYSSO Kargil for organizing the successful camp and praised the growing popularity of ice hockey among the youth of Kargil. He expressed confidence in the talent and enthusiasm of the players, and the commitment of the LAHDC Kargil to develop world-class sports infrastructure.

The CEC informed the audience that two national-level Ice Hockey Rinks are currently under construction in Kargil, with the aim of completing the works by next year. He also announced plans to develop ice hockey rinks at the village level, and emphasized the importance of sports kits for the players.

Khan also encouraged the players to opt for traditional sports such as archery and polo, and emphasized the special focus of LAHDC Kargil on health, education, and sports. He appreciated the large participation of girls in sports and expressed his belief that they will shine in the future.

In total, around 250 players were trained during the 15-day coaching session, making it a resounding success. The conclusion of the camp marks a new chapter in the development of ice hockey in Kargil, and sets the stage for future growth and success.

Ladakh Team Departs for Khelo India Winter Games with Secretary Ravinder Kumar’s Support

Admin Secy Ravinder Kumar Flags off UT Ladakh Team to Participate in Khelo India Winter Games
  • Ladakh to Participate in Khelo India Winter Games 2023

The Union Territory of Ladakh is all set to participate in the Khelo India Winter Games 2023 to be held in Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir from February 10th to 14th, 2023. The Administrative Secretary Sports Department, Ravinder Kumar, flagged off the team from Ladakh on the 7th of February and expressed his hopes for their performance.

The Secretary also emphasized the importance of proper care and support for the players, requesting the team coaches and support staff to give their best. The UT Ladakh team will leave for Srinagar on the 8th of February, ahead of the games.

In addition to the main team, a Speed Skating team comprising of members above 13 years of age will also participate in the games. With the team and support staff geared up, the UT of Ladakh is ready to make its mark at the Khelo India Winter Games 2023.

J&K Govt Constitutes Committee for conduct of 3rd Khelo India National Winter Games 2023

Govt of J&K

Sanction is hereby accorded to the constitution of a Committee, comprising the following, for ensuring all logistics and other arrangements for smooth conduct of 3rd Khelo India National Winter Games 2023 to be held in the Union territory of Jammu and Kashmir:

1Administrative Secretary, Youth, Services and Sports Department.Chairman/ Convenor
2Deputy Commissioner, Baramulla.Member
3Managing Director, Kashmir Power Distribution Corporation Ltd.Member
4Commissioner, JMC/SMCMember
5Director, Tourism, Kashmir.Member
6Director Information, J&KMember
7Director General, Hospitality J&K And Protocol,Member
8MD, JK Regional Transport CorporationMember
9Director, Health Services, KashmirMember
10Representative of SSP, Security, KashmirMember
11Commandant, SDRF, SrinagarMember
12Chief Engineer, Jal Shakti, KashmirMember
13Secretary, J&K Sports Council.Member Secretary
14Regional Transport Officer, KashmirMember
15Representative of Culture Department (Not below the rank of Additional Secretary)Member
16Representative of Director General, Fire and
Emergency Services, J&K

3rd LG Cup Ice Hockey Championship 2022-23 commences

3rd LG Cup Ice Hockey Championship 2022-23 commences

The opening ceremony for the 3rd edition of LG Cup Ice Hockey Championship 2022-23 (Men & Women) was held today at Ice Hockey Rink, NDS Sports Complex, Leh. The championship is being organized by the Department of Youth Services, Ladakh in collaboration with the Ladakh Winter Sports Club. The men’s category opening match was played between Kharu and Shey-Thiksay, and the women’s category opening match was played between Lalok and Secmol.

Addressing the gathering, Chief Guest, Commissioner/Secretary, Higher Education Dept, Padma Angmo stated that Ice Hockey is the strength of Ladakh and stressed the importance of sports for overall growth. She congratulated the players for their performances and wished them the very best for upcoming matches.

Team Shey-Thiksay (men’s category) won 6-4 and team Lalok (women’s category) won 3-2.

A total of 26 teams from both districts Leh and Kargil (17 men’s teams and 9 women’s teams) shall be participating in the championship wherein 4 men’s teams and 2 women’s teams are from Kargil.

From 22 January 2023, daily 5 matches shall be played: 3 matches in the men’s category and 2 matches in the women’s category, respectively.

The event was attended by District Youth Services and Sports Officer, Leh, Tsering Tashi; District Youth Services and Sports Officer Kargil, Abid Ali; Ladakh Winter Sports Club, General Secretary, Noney P Wangchuk, and other concerned officials.

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Vivrant Sharma Cricketer Wiki, Biography, Age

Vivrant Sharma Cricketer Wiki, Biography, Age 3

Vivrant Sharma is a 23-Year-Old Crickter from Jammu and Kashmir, Viarant was bron in Jammu city and he made his First Class debut against Madhya Pradesh on December 13, 2022. List A debut against Saurashtra on February 21, 2021 and T20 debut against Andhra Pradesh on November 4, 2021.

NameVivrant Sharma
Date of Birth/DOBOctober 30, 1999
Batting StyleLeft-hand bat
BirthplaceJammu City
ParentsAnantram Sharma (Father)
Geetadevi Sharma (Mother)

Notably, Vivrant is the third player from J&K in the SRH squad. Abdul Samad and Umran Malik are the other two players. 


Jammu & Kashmir’s Vivrant Sharma went to Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 2.6 crore after entering the IPL 2023 auction in Kochi at a base price of Rs 20 lakh.

The 23-year-old has shown his big-hitting prowess against pacers and spinners alike. The youngster also has a cool head and can adapt to the situation and rotate strike when necessary. 

Cameron Green sold to Mumbai Indians for Rs 17.5 Crore

Cameron Green sold to Mumbai Indians for Rs 17.5 Crore 4

Cameron Green was next with a base price of INR 2 Crore. Bidding War at the moment between Mumbai Indians & Delhi Capitals started and Mumbai Indians took Cameron for whopping 17.5 Crore Rupees.

Full NameCameron Donald Green
Batting StyleRight Handed Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm Fast Medium
Test Debut17 December 2020
ODI Debut02 December 2020
T20 Debut05 April 2022

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Cameron Donald Green Early Life Career

As per WikiStarsNews, His first 30 first-class wickets came at an average of just 22.53 but as stress fractures in his back severely limited his bowling in the ensuing years, it was the strides he made with the bat that vaulted him into national calculations.

Green’s breakout game came in November 2019 when he hit unbeaten scores of 87 and 121 from No.8 and 9 against Queensland, which saw him promoted up the WA order and subsequently flourish as a top-order player.

By the following season he had become a mainstay in WA’s top four and, having resumed bowling following months of remedial work on his action, earned a maiden call-up to Australia’s Test and limited-overs squads in late 2020.

Tata IPL Auction 2023: Sam Curran Sold to Punjab Kings for 18.50 Crores

Sam Curran

Punjab Kings enter the bidding war for Sam Curran with CSK at 13.50. They finally get the English all-rounder for INR 18.50 crore.

Here is a full list of players who found a franchise in the mini auction –

Kane Williamson to Gujarat Titans for Rs 2 crore
Harry Brook to Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 13.25 crore

Mayank Agarwal to Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 8.25 crore

Ajinkya Rahane to Chennai Super Kings for Rs 50 lakh

Sam Curran to Punjab Kings for Rs 18.50 crore

Odean Smith to Gujarat Titans for Rs 50 lakh

Sikandar Raza to Punjab Kings for Rs 50 lakh

Jason holder to Rajasthan Royals for Rs 5.75 crore

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