One of the few players to have featured in all 16 IPL seasons so far, Rohit Sharma has a net worth believed to be INR 230 crore as of 2024.
Apart from his on-field success, Rohit has also made significant investments in startups that are now worth a fortune.
List Of Major Investments By Rohit Sharma In Startups:
The two biggest startup investments by India captain Rohit Sharma are in companies named Rapidobotics and Veiroots Wellness Solutions. Rohit has reportedly invested a whopping INR 88 crore combined in these two startups.
Rapidobotics is a company that provides Robotic automation solutions, while Veiroots Wellness Solutions is a healthcare company. These investments reflect Rohit Sharma’s keen interest in technology and also his commitment to the healthcare of the general public.
In 2015, Rohit participated in a singular investment round to confirm his investment in Rapidobotics. The Vieroots Wellness Solutions Pvt. Ltd was established in 2018 in Bangalore.
His other investment is in ZappFresh, a well-known online platform that delivers a variety of high-quality meat and seafood directly sourced from farms and fisheries.
Rohit Sharma house:
Rohit Sharma has one of the most expensive houses in Worli. He owns a luxurious 4 BHK apartment which has a 270-degree view of the Arabian Sea and is spread over 6,000 square feet home, located on the 29th floor of the Ahuja Towers in Worli, Mumbai.
Charity works by Rohit Sharma:
The India skipper Rohit Sharma is known to be a philanthropic person who contributes heavily to the welfare of human and animal lives. In 2015, he joined the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) organization and since has been spreading awareness about saving animal lives. In the same year, he collaborated with famous Hollywood actors Matt LeBlanc and Salma Hayek for an anti-poaching campaign in Kenya.
In 2017, the opener collaborated with an online store that sold mobile phone covers and other merchandise featuring his name and ODI jersey number, with all proceeds going to an animal charity. The year after that, Sharma was appointed as the WWF-India Rhino Ambassador.