Many people in the world have lost their livelihood or lost their income due to the lockdown, but in the meantime, the captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli, posted 373294 pounds (about 3.6 crores rupees) through just 3 sponsored posts on Instagram. ) Earned. According to news from the British website Mirror, Virat Kohli is the only Indian and cricketer among the top-10 players to earn from this social media platform during the lockdown.
In this case, Portuguese footballer and Yuvents star Cristiano Ronaldo is at number one. He earned 1,882,336 pounds (about Rs 17.9 crore) from 12 March to 14 May. It is necessary to state here that the lockdown was implemented in India from 25 March.
According to the report, Virat Kohli is at number six on this list. Virat posted a total of 3 sponsored during the lockdown. He got 126431 pounds (about 1.2 million rupees) for each post. Virat Kohli has 6.2 crore followers on Instagram. At the same time, Cristiano Ronaldo has 22.2 million followers. Ronaldo is the first number in the world to follow on Instagram. Virat Kohli is at number one in India.
Barring the basketball player Shakeel O'Neill, the top-5 players who earned from Instagram during lockdown are all footballers. Ronaldo is followed by Argentine football star Lionel Messi. Messi has 151 million followers on Instagram. He earned 1299373 pounds (about Rs 12.3 crore) from 4 posts during the lockdown. Brazilian youth football star Neymar finished third. He has 13.8 million followers on his Instagram. He gained 1,192,211 pounds to post 4.
NBA star Shakeel O'Neill has 17 million followers (much less than Virat) on his Instagram. But he posted 5 times more than Virat during the lockdown. Shakeel earned 583,628 pounds (about 5.5 crore rupees) through 16 posts. At number five was David Beckham, the former captain of the English football team. Beckham posted just 3 during this period. He received 405,359 pounds (about 3.8 crores rupees) for this. Beckham has 6.3 million followers on Instagram.