The spectacular cricketing extravaganza in the shortest form of cricket is all set to start from April in the form of IPL 2018. The bidding and bolstering session for the same has been completed and it’s time to have a look at the extravaganza gala of the team and the players selected by the franchises. The 2 days intense bidding ceremony has already added lot of action to this year’s edition; however, the spectators are eagerly waiting for the mega-event to commence soon for higher action.
Relishing the bidding event, let’s have a look at the highest priced Indian cricketers in each team-
1. Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore) – 17 Cr
The Indian captain has been retained by the RCB franchise at an awe-striking 17 Cr. Price. Kohli has always been the show stopper in this supreme form of cricket making him the highest paid Indian for the upcoming IPL
2. Rohit Sharma (Mumbai Indians) – 15 Cr
Called as the expert of T20, Rohit Sharma has been picked at the price of 15 Cr. by the Mumbai Indians, under whose guidance the team won their three IPL seasons.
3. MS Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings) – 15 Cr
He has been called as the ‘adopted son of Chennai’, making the team proud of his performance. This marquee player has been picked for 15 Cr. by the Chennai Super Kings. He has taken the team to the two IPL victories prior to the 2-year ban, the team had to undergo.
4. Jaydev Unadka (Rajasthan Royals) – 11.5 Cr
This 26-year-old has taken up a massive 11.5 crore deal to start afresh with the Rajasthan Royals. Under this mega bidding, he has also emerged as the most expensive Indian player of this 11th season of the IPL.
5. Rishabh Pant (Delhi Daredevils) – 8 Cr
Even though being at a sideline, Delhi has this time picked a few pedigree names to add to their squad list in the form of Rishab at an 8 Cr. deal.
6. KL Rahul (Kings XI Punjab) – 11 Cr
Kings XI hasn’t taken aback from paying such a huge amount for buying this start striking Karnataka’s batsman, KL Rahul at Rs. 11 Cr. He had been previously picked for RCB and SRH, as well.
7. Dinesh Karthik (Kolkata Knight Riders) – 7.4 Cr
This wicket-keeper batsman has been pulled by the two-time champions, KKR for a 7.4 Cr deal.
- Manish Pandey (Sunrisers Hyderabad) -11 Cr
Having been displaying an impeccably strong performance, he has been picked by the Sunrisers Hyderabad for an 11 Cr. bid.