Ravi Shastri is the name after the success of the Indian cricket team in the matches. He is one of the most famous personalities when it comes to cricket in India. He is a former cricket player, currently leading as the head coach of India. Check Ravi Shastri Net Worth: Salary Per year, Assets owned.
Ravi Shastri has also been a popular commentator earlier. He was the player in the Indian cricket team during 1981 and 1992 who has been a part of the ODI and Tests series. His career kick-started as the left-arm bowler and later he scales up himself into a batting all-rounder.
He has a very successful cricket journey full of achievements and championships. Ravi Shastri is named the Champion of Champions in the World Championship of Cricket in Australia in the year 1985.
Coach Ravi Shastri Net Worth
Ravi Shastri being the head coach of the most successful cricket teams of all has a Net Worth of Millions of dollars. The net worth of Ravi Shastri is approx $8 Million which almost equals Rs. 57.24 Crores (INR). He is one of the highest-paid coaches who gets paid the highest amount by the BCCI.
His annual package from the BCCI was approx Rs. 9.5 crores to 10 crores for the year 2019. He was paid a pretty well good amount as a commentator and the director of the Indian team. Ravi Shastri is also the Strategic Advisor of the board of a mining company called India Resources Limited.
Apart from this has investments in many of the organizations like GreyCells Education Private Limited, the educational institute.
Ravi Shastri Assets
Ravi Shastri has his house in Mumbai. It is one of the luxuries homes he bought in Mumbai which worths rupees 11.2 crores today.
He bought this house in 2001, another form of luxury. Ravi Shastri also has luxury cars, however, the collection is a bit average in cars. He owns cars from the brands like BMW, Mercedes Benz, Ford, and many more.
Coach Ravi Shastri Career
Ravi Shastri has an unbeatable record of 9/101 in the Irani Trophy 1981 which was a record for almost 20 years after that match.
He is named as the national goodwill ambassador for UNICEF after the master blaster Sachin Tendulkar in 2008. During the Olympic Torch Relay in Oman, he was the celebrity torchbearer.
While in his career he has played 80 matches where he scores 3,830 runs and has 151 wickets n his bag. He played a total of 150 ODIs and made 3108 runs from 129 wickets.