In India, cricket is regarded as a cult, and players are revered as gods by their supporters. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, also known as “Mahi,” is one such outstanding player. Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the man behind India’s major victories during his captaincy.
He is a household name in the global brand sector. His net worth is projected to rise at a rapid rate as an outfield partner for India in the limited overs style of cricket. Dhoni’s net wealth is currently projected to be around $111 million. This is due to the fact that he is a co-owner of many sports teams, including Chennaiyin FC, Ranchi Rays, and Mahi Racing Team India, which competes in the Supersport World Championship.
The Chennai Super Kings paid $1.5 million for Dhoni’s services. Dhoni was ranked 23rd in the top 100 highest-paid athletes of all time in 2015, with an estimated earnings of $31 million dollars.
In 2017, however, he was unable to make the list, with Virat Kohli becoming the only cricketer to do so.
Aircel, Pepsi, Orient PSPO, Spartan Sports, Reebok, Boost, Amity University, Gulf Oil, Amrapali Group, Ashok Leyland, McDowell’s Soda, Big Bazaar, Exide Batteries, TVS Motors, Sony Bravia, Sonata Watches, Dabur Chyawanprash, Lays Wafers, Lafarge Customer Service, and Maxx Mobile all have him as a title sponsor.
Mahi owns a luxurious home in Dehradun, India, which he purchased in 2011 and is valued at about 17.8 crores. Dhoni also has a range of real estate holdings.
Mahi has a huge automotive range that features some of the world’s top luxury vehicles. He owns a Hummer, a Porsche 911, an Audi, a Merce
des, a Mitsubishi Pajero, a Range Rover, among several more brands. Apart from motorcycles, Dhoni’s passion for motorcycles is undeniable; he has a sizable range of bikes.
Dhoni now has 20 endorsements, second only to Shahrukh Khan in terms of endorsements (21). Dhoni is now the Vice President of the Indian cricket team. Dhoni is indeed the Vice President (Marketing) of India Cements, which is held by ex BCCI president N. Srinivasan.