Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. (Source: BCCI)

India skipper Virat Kohli and his limited-overs deputy Rohit Sharma are the two most sought after batsmen in world cricket. The two have been breaking records with every passings day.

Let’s now take a look at two batsmen’s earning in the IPL since the beginning.

Rohit Sharma’s IPL salary by year



2008 3 Crores (Deccan Chargers)

2009 3 Crores (Deccan Chargers)

2010 3 Crores (Deccan Chargers)

2011 9.2 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2012 9.2 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2013 9.2 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2014 12.5 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2015 12.5 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2016 12.5 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2017 15 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2018 15 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2019 15 crores (Mumbai Indians)

2020 15 crores (Mumbai Indians)

Virat Kohli’s IPL salary so far



2008 12 lakhs (RCB)

2009 12 lakhs (RCB)

2010 12 lakhs (RCB)

2011 8,28,00,000 (RCB)

2012 8,28,00,000 (RCB)

2013 8,28,00,000 (RCB)

2014 12,50,00,000 (RCB)

2015 12,50,00,000 (RCB)

2016 12,50,00,000 (RCB)

2017 12,50,00,000 (RCB)

2018 17,00,00,000 (RCB)

2019 17,00,00,000 (RCB)

2020 17,00,00,000 (RCB)

Rohit has been the most successful captain in the IPL and he has led Mumbai Indians to four title while Kohli’s RCB hasn’t won any IPL trophy but he has been the most consistent campaigner for the franchise. He infact holds the record for the highest runs scored in a single edition. In 2016 season, Kohli scored 973 runs including four tons.

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