Ajinkya Rahane is an Indian international cricketer, currently, he is the vice-captain of the Indian cricket team in test cricket. He is one of the best batsmen and an all-rounder who represents Mumbai in domestic cricket and Delhi Capitals in IPL as we know he is a very strong player is the man behind all the victories he has also got a black belt in Karate. So check Ajinkya Rahane Net Worth 2021.
Ajinkya is one of the most famous cricketers he has a huge fan following across the country and he is famously known as “Ajju” by all his fans and friends and in recent times, he has achieved a lot of victories in his career. His net worth is $9 million (65 crores) INR his most income is mostly from IPL matches and the from other tournaments not only that his secondary source of income is Collaboration, Endorsements, and some kind of investment. So now let’s check out the complete details about Ajinkya Rahane Net Worth 2021, Salary In IPL, Achievements, Captaincy Record.
According to the recent reports, it is said that Ajinkya lives his luxurious life as we all know cricketers earn more than any Bollywood celebrity they live their luxurious lifestyle, and Rahane net worth is $9 million and in Indian Rupees, 65 crore, his major source of earning is from IPL matches were he earn 7 to 8 crore per season and his secondary source of income are from huge brands that he has endorsements and they pay them in crores, also they have some collaboration.
Rahane is the vice-captain of Mumbai teams and according to his net worth he lives in a luxurious house in Ashwi KD, Maharashtra which is worth in crore as we know. He also has few car collections he has a small collection but some of the best and luxurious one like; Volvo, BMW, and Audi Q5.
|Real Name||Ajinkya Madhukar Rahane|
|Born||6 June 1988|
|Born Place||Ahmednagar, India|
|Net Worth 2021||$9 million|
|Net Worth in Indian Rupees||65 crores|
|Yearly Income||7 crores +|
Rahane stretch his captaincy record to 4 wins out of 5 games with 1 draw. Rahane was stepping in for Kohli in this series after the Indian skipper went back home to Mumbai for his paternity leave following the team’s loss in the series-opening Pink-ball Test in Adelaide in December last year.
|2019 (Retain)||Rajasthan Royals||40,000,000|
|2017||Rising Pune Supergiant||95,000,000|
|2016||Rising Pune Supergiant||80,000,000|