Modern-day cricketers, with the assistance of talent management firms, invest their money in the right places to secure their future after they retire from the game.
Tendulkar owns 7.5 percent of Musafir, a UAE-based tour and travel company. He owns an 18% stake in Smaaash Entertainment. In addition, he is said to be a shareholder in a joint venture between Manipal Group and Future Group.
King Kohli is a co-owner of the Indian Super League club FC Goa. His most successful business venture is his clothing line “Wrogn.” Kohli invested INR 90 crores to launch Chisel Fitness, a fitness chain.
Dada’s first investment in Sourav’s restaurant chain, The Food Pavilion, failed spectacularly, costing Ganguly a fortune. He then invested in Flickstree, a digital start-up. He also has a stake in the Indian Super League club ATK.