Happy Birthday Mithali Raj: A look at former Indian captain’s net worth, endorsements and charity

A cricketer of Mithali Raj's calibre was always destined to land multiple brand endorsement deals.

The former Indian cricket team batter and captain, Mithali Raj turned 40 today i.e. December 3, 2022.

Cricket fans around the globe regard Mithali Raj as one of the greatest representatives of the Indian women’s cricket team. The highly experienced campaigner has appeared in a variety of high-profile games for the national team, and many cricket experts regard her contribution to Indian cricket as incomparable.

Mithali took the Indian women’s cricket team to greater levels and feats during her two-decade-long cricketing career. In her professional career, Mithali received numerous awards. She made her debut as a cricketer in 1999 and has since represented India on a global scale.

Although Mithali didn’t manage to win India’s maiden ICC Cricket World Cup, her career has been filled with adulation and achievements that serve as a huge inspiration for all athletes.

A cricketer of Mithali Raj’s calibre was bound to land multiple brand endorsements, which have unquestionably boosted her brand value. Raj has signed numerous endorsement deals over the years. Let’s take a look at the former Indian players’ net worth, endorsements and charities:

Net worth:

Mithali Raj is an important brand in women’s cricket as she is one of the world’s most respected players. Raj’s estimated net worth is approximately INR 37 crore.

Apart from her salary from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Mithali Raj also earned a major chunk of her wealth from brand endorsements.


In recent times, Mithali Raj inked endorsement deals with Fairplay News, Airtel India, Livogen, Edelweiss, Thums Up, Loreal, Atlassian, Mutual Funds Sahi hai, Elderaid, Manyavar, A2 Cricket and Jacob’s Creek.

Along with the aforementioned companies, she also endorsed brands like Uber, Joyalukkas, Royal Challenge, Allen Solly, Fast&Up India, American Tourister, Laver & Wood and So Good in the past.


During the covid-19 pandemic, the former Indian women’s cricket team captain guaranteed that those in need received food despite their difficult circumstances. The cricketer took to Twitter to post photos of her father supplying food grains as well as a small amount for survival to auto drivers.

Raj also served as Team India’s goodwill ambassador at the Street Child Cricket World Cup (SCCWC).

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