Top 7 Successful Cricketers and Their Business Ventures

The Master Blaster owns a stake in Universal Collectabilla, and Smaash Entertainment and is a shareholder in Manipal Group and Future Group’s joint business venture. As per reports, he also owns 7.5% of the UAE-based travel and tour company Musafir.

Sachin Tendulkar

Dhoni and Abhishek Bachchan co-own ISL club Chennaiyin FC. Captain Cool is also a co-owner of Rhiti Group and owns the lifestyle brand ZEVEN. He has an organic farm. His Mahi Racing Team India is co-owned by Akkineni Nagarjuna.

MS Dhoni

Kohli’s most successful business venture is his youth clothing brand Wrogn. He co-owns ISL club FC Goa, and according to reports he is a shareholder of Sport Convo and has launched a fitness chain called Chisel Fitness.

Virat Kohli

Yuvraj launched his investment company YouWeCan. Healthians, EazyDiner, JetSetGo, Wellversed, etc are the startups he invested in.

Yuvraj Singh

The Little Master launched Professional Management Group, a sports marketing agency. He also co-owned Mumbai Masters in Indian Badminton League.

Sunil Gavaskar

He started International School in Jhajjar, Haryana. It is considered one of the best schools in India. He also launched his own line of sportswear called ‘VS’.

Virender Sehwag

The Dada invested in the ISL franchise ATK, which has won three ISL trophies. He invested in the entertainment company Flicktree.

Sourav Ganguly

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