PV Sindhu Net Worth and Income has grown at a staggering 1800% in the last one year after the 2016 Summer Olympics after she became the first Indian woman to win an Olympic silver medal.
She is one of the two Indian badminton players to ever win an Olympic medal.
PV Sindhu’s Endorsements
An Economic Times report published in March 2017, said that she is second only to Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli when it comes to earnings from brand endorsements. Sindhu charges brands anywhere between Rs 1 crore and Rs 1.25 crore for a single day of endorsement-related activities, that valuation is second only to Kohli, who charges Rs 2 crore per day.
She has bagged a Rs 50 crore endorsement deal for three years from various companies. While 16 more companies are said to be keen on having Sindhu endorse their products, she is in the final stages of signing with nine.
These deals have been signed with Baseline Ventures, a sports marketing entertainment and a brand licensing firm that is now managing Sindhu's brand profiling.
With the signing of endorsement deals worth Rs. 50 crore for 3 years from endorsing financial institutions, women-centric brands and other brands, Sindhu has a net worth of INR 54 crore.
In spite of this, She kept close her ethics by categorically refusing endorsing soft drinks, which she doesn’t personally use.
She endorses brand such as Myntra, Apis, Bank of Baroda and Reckitt Benckiser. At present, PV Sindhu is also the face of the Indian Government’s GST bills. She is one of the most bankable sports personality in India.
PV Sindhu’s Net Worth Growth Estimate
After the silver medal in the Rio Olympics, PV Sindhu became a household name in India.
This has landed here in many brand endorsements.
The net worth and income of PV Sindhu is expected to grow by 30% in the next three years.