To be dynamic in the 21st century is what we need to quest for! There’s no other way or words to it. It’s a formidable world there, and you can’t cling to just one thing to evolve ‘booming’ in life. And if ‘triumph’ sometimes means ‘money’, it’s absolutely worth it to be covetous in life. But being dynamic doesn’t really limit the aforementioned. It is a way of life.

Because for your career timelines, when the ‘age’ binds you in a parameter or tenure, then to be dynamic is the only to survival. For that ‘job’ or ‘glam’ or ‘showbiz’ won’t stay with you forever, and therefore you need something to have of your own to usher with a life that you can live with ‘content’.

No, it isn’t just our words, but the big names of the country are already paving the way to it! If you look popular actors, cricketers, singers and others, all have got their own ‘ways’ to earn their living. Toasting to which, today we are here with 8 popular cricketers who thrived to become successful entrepreneurs in life-

MS Dhoni

MS Dhoni has got his investment holds in startups, such as Cars24 and Khatabook. However, in addition to assisting them through commercials, ‘Captain Cool’ has committed to invest an unspecified amount including both startup ventures.

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli owns his very own brands One8 and Wrogn. Apart from that he also has invested a whopping amount of 90 crores as reported in GQ in several startup companies, Sports Convo, and Chisel Gyms.

Virender Sehwag

Virender Sehwag owns a restaurant in Delhi’s Moti Nagar, as stated in Men XP. The restaurant is named after the cricketer himself, Sehwag’s favourites. Later to that, he also launched a school in Haryana, Sehwag International School.

Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Singh has invested in several startups to date. He invested in a beauty startup company, Vyomo. However, later to that, as stated in Forbes, he invested in companies like SportyBeans, JetSetGo, Cartisan and others.

Sunil Gavaskar

Sunil Gavaskar was the first one to introduce India’s first Sports Marketing Agency. Professional Management Group (PMG) back in 1985. Later to that, he went on to co-own Mumbai Masters, a franchise in the Indian Badminton league.

Gary Kirsten

The former South African cricketer and also the former coach of India, back in the time 2011, Gary Kirsten has an intense interest in the business. Shortly after he left the Indian team as a coach, he announced his own tours and travel company in South Africa.

Zaheer Khan

The cricketer explored his foodie side and ventured into his first business back in 2005. It was a hospitality venture, named Zaheer Khan Hospitality. He then started off his restaurant in Pune as ZK. Later Zaheer Khan Hospitality limited ventured into a sports lounge named ‘Toss’ and then ‘Banquet Foyer.

Mahela Jayawardene & Kumar Sangakarra

Jayawardene & Sangakarra, the legendary partnership continued, after they decided to jointly invest and created the Ministry of Crabs with the chef, Darshan Munidasa, who is from Sri Lanka. As of now, the Ministry of Crabs is one of the most popular seafood restaurants in Sri Lanka.