Salary of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma's bodyguard is more than the Indian cricketers


The skipper of the Indian Test team, Virat Kohli and his better half Anushka Sharma who is otherwise recognised as the Queen of Bollywood is one of the most loved and followed couples on the social media platform.

The couples never let their fans down and always connected to them on the social media handles by posting their pictures and funny videos. The cute couple got married in 2017 and always stood with each other in tough times.

One of them was when Virat Kohli was leading the Indian side across all aspects of the game had some problems as Anushka Sharma supported well during the moments to him.

Moreover, the Virushka bond has now stepped into parenthood after being blessed with the baby girl whom they named Vamika. Besides, as most of the fans knows that Virat Kohli is the most followed cricketer on all the social media platforms. 

Salary of Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma's bodyguard:

Anushka Sharma - Virat Kohli - Prakash Singh (Sonu)

Nowadays, most celebrities have always been surrounded by their bodyguards for their security in public places. Likewise, Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma also have security named Prakash Singh who is otherwise known as Sonu.

Now considering the recent reports from other sources, it has been mentioned that Sonu gets paid more than BCCI pays for their Indian cricketers.

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While the Board of Control for Cricket in India has categorized their players into A+, A, B and C for their annual payments, it has been reported that the romantic couple's bodyguard gets more than the C Category Indian players.

According to the reports from DNA, Prakash Singh aka Sonu gets a sum of INR 1.2 crores from the cute couple annually. In addition to that, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah are the only cricketers who get a sum of INR 7 crores as they have been added to the A+ category by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).