Cricket fans consider MS Dhoni to be the game’s all-time best player. He is among the most effective captains. The sight of him performing on the field fully enthrals his billions of fans. He earned the nickname ‘Captain Cool’ for his ability to keep his composure under duress.
Dhoni, who has been the most successful captain in Indian cricket history, led his team to victories in the World Cup, Champions Trophy, and T20 World Cups. In 2023, MS Dhoni’s total net worth is projected to be USD 127 million (INR 1040 crores) based on current estimates. That is only somewhat less than Sachin Tendulkar‘s INR 1340 crore total net worth. His reported yearly compensation, which exceeds 50 crores of Indian rupees, is very significant.
MS Dhoni’s impressive holdings: Teams and automobiles galore!
With expected revenues of USD 27 million from many brand endorsements, Dhoni’s earnings are also exceptional. The movie MS Dhoni: The Untold Story, in which the late Sushant Singh Rajput portrayed the cricketer’s life from conception to his infamous World Cup-winning moment in 2011, also brought in INR 30 crores for him. He was the highest-paid player in the Indian Premier League’s debut season and continues to make an amazing Rs 12 crores per year from his deal with Chennai Super Kings.
The most notable captain of the Chennai Super Kings‘ many possessions, including his collection of superbikes and vehicles, is his enormous net worth. Some of the best cars and superbikes in Dhoni’s collection include a vintage, left-hand-drive Pontiac Firebird, an Army-grade Nissan 1 Tonne, a Hummer H2, a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, a Kawasaki Ninja H2, and an X132 Hellcat.
Additionally, MS Dhoni has dabbled in a number of companies. He holds a sizable stake in the businesses Seven and SportsFit World Pvt. Ltd, which manages 200 gyms globally. In addition, he owns stock in the KhataBook, Ranchi’s Hotel Mahi Residency, the Rhiti Group, and 7InkBrews. Along with his businesses, he also owns a few sports teams in various sectors of the economy. He is the owner of the football team Chennaiyin FC, the hockey team Ranchi Rays, and the Mahi Racing Team India. Dhoni is interested in organic farming and owns a 43-acre property outside of Ranchi.