Rohit Gurunath Sharma is an Indian Cricket player with a unique record of scoring 3 double centuries in ODIs and a century as an opening batsman in both innings of a test. Rohit has had an impact on the world of cricket and has an enormous net worth of $18.7 million (INR 130 crore). In India, cricket and money go hand in hand.
Salary of Rohit Sharma
As specified by the BCCI, Rohit Sharma is currently in the A+ Grade of players, which pays him an annual salary of INR & crore. A sum of INR 15 lakh is also paid to Rohit Sharma per Test match, INR 6 lakh per ODI, and INR 3 lakh per T20I match played as his BCCI match fee.
Endorsements From Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma is currently independently endorsing 12 different brands, and a few more like Jio and Videocon d2h as an opening for cross deal with Mumbai Indians, his IPL franchise team. Maggi, Lays, Nissan, Ceat, Aristocrat, Adidas, Relispray, Nasivion Nasal Spray, Restless Energy Drink, Oppo, Highlanders, and Hublot are the brands independently endorsed by Rohit. He generates an income from his brand endorsement deals alone of about INR 7 crore.
House of Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma currently lives in the Ahuja Towers in Worli, which has a 270-degree view of the Arabian Sea, in his 6000-square-foot apartment. The house is well furnished and is located on the building’s 29th floor. His apartment’s estimated value is about INR 30 crore.
Cars from Rohit Sharma
He bought the Skoda Laura as his first car, which was a mid-sized sedan, and Rohit Sharma has a good collection of cars. In addition, he owns a Toyota Fortuner that he uses for daily activities and a BMW X3 that he occasionally uses.
His favorite car, the BMW M5, is worth INR 1.5 crore, and owning it was his dream. Rohit owns the Formula One version of this car, which is popular in the field of cricket among other F1 fans. Besides Nissan, a Japanese brand he endorses, Rohit also owns a Mercedes and an Audi.
Other Income Sources
Rohit Sharma is an active member of the Indian Premier League and makes INR 15 crore per Indian from his contract with the Mumbai Indians IPL franchise. Besides that, according to the rules of the BCCI, he gets a BCCI bonus for scoring centuries.
Charity of Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma has long been involved in charity-related work. He is an active member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and is a vocal supporter of street animals, dogs, and cats, in particular, for the elimination of homelessness.
Rohit is also WWF India’s Rhino Ambassador, and he paid a visit to Nairobi to see how the last surviving North White Rhinoceros was protected. He has also been involved in campaigns like Run For the Oceans to promote awareness against plastic marine pollution. Since 2012, Rohit has been helping children to undergo successful cancer treatment in Mumbai.
Early Life by Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma was born in Nagpur to Gurunath Sharma. He was brought up in Borivali by his uncles and grandparents and used to visit his parents only during the weekends in Dombivli. With the support of his uncle, Rohit began playing cricket at a camp in 1999 and was later awarded a scholarship to Vivekananda International School on the recommendation of his coach, Dinesh Lad.
When he scored a century in the Harris and Giles School Tournaments, he began as an off-spinner in cricket with sufficient batting skills focused on batting. He plays for the Deodhar Trophy in the West Zone and the Ranji Trophy in Mumbai.
|Age||32 (dob: 30 April 1987)|
|Height||5ft 8 inches (1.73m)|
|Net Worth||$18.7 Million|
|No. of Endorsements||13|
|Charity||Rhino Ambassador of WWF India, Run for the Oceans campaign|