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Updated: Mar 5, 2022


The King of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli is the highest earning cricketer in the world. According to Forbes’ ‘World's 100 most highly paid sportsmen in the year 2021’ list,

According to the report, the Delhi-born made $4 million from his salary as a cricketer, while playing for the national senior team and the Indian Premier League franchise, Royal Challengers Bangalore.

Here’s a look at the top five sources of income for Virat Kohli other than his cricketing salary:


The Biggest brand that Virat Kohli owns the shares of, Wrogn is a company known to produce graphic T-shirts, shirts and denim jackets. It was founded by Anjana Reddy, Universal Sportsbiz Pvt Ltd.

The youth fashion platform was founded by Anjana Reddy, Universal Sportsbiz Pvt Ltd and Indian master blaster Sachin Tendulkar is a co-investor as well.


In association with the sports brand Puma, Virat Kohli co-founded One8 which brought business worth Rs. 100 crore within a year of its inception from selling luxury footwear, athleisure and performance apparel online.

3. Goa FC

Goa FC turned out to be the first investment Virat Kohli made as a businessman when he was just 25-years-old. Led by his passion for football and the opportunity to step into the relatively unexplored field of football leagues back then. Kohli became a co-owner of Indian Super League franchise in a heartbeat.

4. Sport Convo:

A London-based tech start-up, Sport Convo was Kohli’s second business venture after Goa FC and it provides a platform for sports fans from a variety of sports to meet and talk about the games and players they adore.

Kohli shares the ownership of the venture with Real Madrid Forward and Welshman Gareth Bale, who has said in the past that he is a fan of the cricketer that Virat Kohli has become.

5. Chisel Gym:

Much like some of the other well-established athletes of the country like Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Kohli has also expanded his business horizon towards fitness and health.


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