Here is a list of Virat Kohli's most expensive assets
Back in 2018, Indian skipper Virat Kohli featured on Forbes Highest-Paid athletes list, the only Indian on the list. Last year alone, Virat earned around $24 million (Rs. 170 crore), according to Forbes magazine. There is no doubting how rich he is, but where does he even spend it all? Here are a few pretty expensive things that he owns.
Range Rover, limited edition Audi R8 V10 LMX and more
Anyone who adores Virat would know his love for luxury cars. Even fake fans would know by now. Here's a list of cars that he owns and their worth: Audi Q7 - Rs. 83 lakh Range Rover - Rs. 80 lakh BMW X6 - Rs. 1.2 crore Audi A8 W12 Quattro - Rs. 2 crore Audi R8 V10 LMX - Rs. 3 crore.
Did you know Virat owns a watch worth Rs. 6.5L?
Apart from cars, Virat also really digs watches. The 30-year-old cricketer owns a Panerai Luminor 1950 GMT 3 Days Automatic Acciaio worth Rs. 6.5 lakh. He also has a Tissot T-Touch Limited Edition worth Rs. 1 lakh. Incidentally, he is the brand ambassador of Tissot. Apart from this, he's also often seen carrying a Louis Vuitton Zippy XL wallet worth Rs. 80,000!
Virat has two homes, in Mumbai and in Gurugram
Before he married Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma in December 2017, Virat had purchased a sea-facing apartment in Worli, Mumbai. That house was worth a whopping Rs. 34 crore. But, hold on. After he got married, he bought a much bigger and much more expensive bungalow in DLF Phase-1, Gurugram. The house is worth Rs. 80 crore and has an area of 500 square yards.
Virat owns a Delhi restaurant, and has a fashion label
Not much of 'purchase' but a thing he owns. Virat owns the South American cuisine-serving restaurant, Nueva, in New Delhi. The cricketer also owns a fashion label by the name, Wrogn. Additionally, Virat has invested money in Chisel Fitness, Sport Convo, UAE Royals (tennis team competing in IPTL), Bengaluru Yodhas (wrestling team competing in PWL), FC Goa, and Stepathlon Kids.
Here's how much the Indian cricket team cap actually earns
Virat is bracketed in the A+ category by BCCI, which ensures him annual contracts worth Rs. 6.7 crore. Coupled with the Rs. 17 crore deal he has with the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore, he is rich enough as a sportsperson alone. Additionally, like most sportspersons, a large portion of Virat's earnings come from endorsements and he has collaborations with about 19 brands.