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Ganguly to lose 10 crore INR by becoming BCCI president

India’s one of the finest skipper and batsman Sourav Ganguly is all set to become president of cricket’s biggest board BCCI. Nobody has applied for the position, hence it is strongly accepted that he’d be running Board of Cricket Control in India in near future. He is popular as “Prince of Kolkata”.

Sourav Ganguly is one of the top 5 favorite candidates for Indian Cricket Team Coach Job.

BCCI president has to say “NO” to commercials

By becoming BCCI president, 47-year old Ganguly will be losing his contracts with commercial companies and brands. Also he’ll be not able to do commentary during any cricket match whether it’s international or t20 league game. Hence he’ll lose around 10 crore Indian rupees from these endorsements as per report by SportsMirchi.com .

Prince of Kolkata’s Property analysis

Ganguly is currently the president of West Bengal Cricket Association and according to the norms and regulations, on BCCI president position, he can’t be involved in commercial activities with brands. Thus he’ll have to face lose in his earnings. As per several reports, it is claimed that ‘Dada’ has the property of 354 crore worth.

Hence he belongs from a rich Bengali family. The bungalow Ganguly lives in, has a worth of 7 crore rupees. He has invested in real estate as well and 50 crore INR property is against his name. As per sources, he makes 2-3 crore rupees from single endorsement deal.

Former left-handed batsman is a lover of luxury cars. He’s got Audi, BMD and Mercedes Benz. Sourav owns Indian Super League team Atletico de Kolkata as well.

Sourav Ganguly is known for his aggressive captaincy and leadership, hence we can expect similar kind of attitude from him when he runs the cricket’s biggest governing council in India. Under his leadership, team India played 2003 world cup final.

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