Indian cricketer Virat Kohli earns much from advertising.
Indian team captain Virat Kohli has refused to publicize himself a product that produces soft drinks Pepsi and fair to create a youth icon associated with social concern. According to Virat, these products promote junk food and racism.
One of the biggest stars in the current team, this 28-year-old player has decided that he will only promote the products from which he can add himself, which he can use for himself.
A man working with Virat said that the biggest impact of his decision will be on Pepsi, which he had been promoting since 2011. Virat’s agreement with Pepsi ended in April this year, after which Virat had said that he cannot ask people to consume a product that he himself does not take.
Virat will not advertise fairness creams claiming to be white. He has said that he will now promote the idea that anybody’s respect increases on the strength of his qualities and hard work, not with the skin of the skin.
Indian team captain Virat Kohli will take 4 to 5 million rupees per day for advertising.
Cornerstone, who manages Kohli’s ads, has refused to say anything on this issue, but the person working closely with the Indian captain said that Kohli has become more comfortable with his social concerns.
At present, Kohli advertises about 17 brands, mainly including the product Herbalife, Puma, Audi car and Tissot watch ad from the Global Nutrition Company. Pepsi has not disclosed how much money she received for Pepsi’s advertising. But they only get about 100 crores for the ads of MRF tires and Puma brand. Kohli currently takes Rs.45 crore to 5 crore rupees per day for advertising of any brand.