Happy birthday Mohammad Shami: A look at the veteran fast bowler’s endorsements, net worth and charities

Over the years, the pacer's successful on-field performances have led to lucrative off-field commercial deals.

The veteran Indian fast bowler, Mohammad Shami turned 32 today i.e. September 3. The right-arm fast bowler has been an essential part of a pace attack that has crafted some phenomenal and landmark outings in Indian cricket history. Shami, along with others, has led team India to the pinnacle of the Test cricket rankings. He made a name for himself during Sachin Tendulkar‘s final bilateral series.

Nonetheless, Shami made his international debut in January 2013, and ever since, he has played 60 Tests, 82 ODIs, and 17 T20Is. The experienced bowler has 386 international wickets to his name. Not to mention, Shami claimed a hattrick during the 2019 World Cup, becoming only the second Indian bowler to do so in a World Cup after Chetan Sharma.

Furthermore, he had emerged as the second-fastest Indian to 50 ODI wickets and had proven his esteem in the 2015 World Cup by taking 17 wickets and finishing as one of the tournament’s highest wicket-takers.

Over the years, the pacer’s successful on-field performances have led to lucrative off-field commercial deals. On his birthday, let’s take a look at the cricketer’s endorsements, net worth and charities:


Mohammad Shami has teamed up with the sportswear behemoth Nike. He has also worked with Stanford, Blitspool, and OctaFX. Shami earns between INR 1-2 crore from endorsements. On Instagram and other social media platforms, he frequently promotes various brands.

Net Worth:

Mohammad Shami is a prevalent Indian cricket player. His net worth is estimated to be around INR 45 crore. He is also a member of the Indian Premier League (IPL) team, Gujarat Titans (GT). He has a franchise fee of INR 6.25 crore per season.

Mohammed Shami’s car collection is modest, the pacer owns a Toyota Fortuner, a BMW 5 series, and an Audi. He recently bought a new Jaguar F-Type.


Shami has contributed to various charitable foundations over the years. On his daughter’s birthday in 2018, he donated tricycles to people with disabilities. During the Covid-19 pandemic, he also provided food and water to migrant workers.

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