Recently Preity Zinta was in Sharjah, Dubai to cheer her team King XI Punjab in the latest IPL 7 match against Rajasthan Royals, which her team won. Sporting a red t-shirt with fitted denims, Preity looked as cool and chic as ever.
Preity Zinta and her team Kings XI Punjab are on an up swing thanks to the team’s exceptional performance in IPL 2014. During the recent match Preity Zinta was spotted posing with the heroes of her side; Glenn Maxwell and David Miller.
Preity Zinta, who is the most prominent and significant shareholder in the Kings XI Punjab cricket team, is the least wealthy among the eight team owners in the Indian Premier League (IPL) according to Wealth-X, which tracks ultra high net worth individuals.
Preity Zinta’s estimated net worth of $30 million (Rs. 183 crore), is a mere 0.14 per cent of that of India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani, whose wealth was pegged at $21.2 billion (Rs. 1.29 lakh crore).
Mukesh Ambani owns the Mumbai Indians team, which is the defending IPL champion. He is the chairman and managing director of global energy conglomerate Reliance Industries.
Superstar Shah Rukh Khan, who co-owns the Kolkata Knight Riders team, has a net worth of $600 million, while G.M. Rao, the owner of Delhi Daredevils, has an estimated wealth of $270 million. G.M. Rao is the founder chairman of GMR Group, a global infrastructure developer, which has built the Delhi and Hyderabad airports.
At number three is UB Group Chairman Vijay Mallya, who has an estimated wealth of $640 million. Manoj Badale, the promoter of Rajasthan Royals cricket team, has an estimated wealth of $160 million.
The wealth of ousted BCCI Chief N. Srinivasan, who owns Chennai Super Kings team, has been pegged at $70 million. Mr. Srinivasan is also the managing director of India Cements Limited.
Here’s wishing Preity Zinta and her team Kings XI Punjab all the best for the future matches.[/tps_footer]