“When I say Jasprit, you say Bumrah… Jasprit Bumrah.”
If you are watching a Mumbai Indians IPL match or seeing the Indian cricket team in action, you will be drawn into the chanting of the above slogan. This fast bowler made his debut in 2016 and is affectionately known as ‘Boom Boom’ Bumrah by his fans or simply 'Jassi' by his close ones. He was first bought by Mumbai Indians in an auction for 40 lakh rupees and already flaunts a net worth of 30 crore rupees in 2021.
Salary and Earnings
According to the BCCI, Bumrah gets a salary of 7 crore rupees annually. Apart from this, he is paid 4 lakh rupees for every T20 match, 4 lakhs for every ODI match, and 15 lakhs for a Test match. He falls in the A+ salary category, one amongst only three cricketers, along with Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.
Assets and Properties
Jasprit has bought a luxury house in Mumbai with a market value of 2 crore rupees. He also owns properties in Pune. He has recently purchased a house in Gujarat, estimated worth 3 crores rupees.
Bumrah charges a whopping 10 lakh rupees per advertisement.
An avid admirer of automobiles, Bumrah owns 3 to 4 luxury cars. A Nissan, a Mercedes Benz, and a Range Rover, collectively estimated at the cost of over 4 crores rupees.
Bumrah has a record of consistently bowling at a speed of 140-150km/hr. He has 209 IPL and 108 ODI wickets to his name. His ICC rankings stand at 10th in Test matches, 3rd in ODI cricket, and 18th in T20 cricket. Jasprit's net worth is growing at a rate of 40% every year.
Mumbai Indians have offered him a salary of 12 crores to renew his contract. His monthly income comfortably passes 20 lakhs a month. His net worth has shown a steady growth from 2016 at 0.2 million dollars to 4 million dollars in 2021. Apart from cricketing, Jasprit Bumrah seems to be financially secured through his paid promotions and brand endorsements.
Jasprit Bumrah is India's highest wicket-taker in the ODI World Cup; he is only the third Indian ever to bag a Test hat-trick. He received the prestigious Polly Umrigar Award for the best international cricketer (2018-19) at the BCCI Annual Awards. The right-handed bowler takes a short run-up which he follows by a snappy bowling action with rigid arms. Bumrah flourished under the death-bowling expert Lasith Malinga and continues to surprise batsmen with an unpredictable pace off his wrist.