A UK Based social media management and marketing solutions service company released a list of celebrities ranking them on various parameters such as beauty, travel, entertainment, sports, fashion and travel, based on the money they charge for every sponsored post on Instagram.

The richest celeb list was topped by Kylie Jenner who charges a whopping USD 1.26 million (Rs 8.73 crore) per post, followed by Ariana Grande, Cristiano Ronaldo, Kim Kardashian and Selena Gomez at USD 996,000 (Rs 6.87 crores), USD 975,000 (Rs 6.72 crores), USD 910,000 (Rs 6.28 crores) and USD 886,000 (Rs 6.11 crores) respectively.


Now, here comes the best part. Priyanka Chopra and Virat Kohli are also placed on this list. Peecee sits on the 19th spot while the Indian Skipper is on number 23.  According to the company, Priyanka charges USD 271,000 (Rs 1.87 crores) whereas Virat charges USD 196,000 (Rs 1.35 crores) for per sponsored post on Instagram. Peecee has a massive fan following of over 43.3 million while Virat enjoys a huge fan following of more than 38 million on the photo-sharing app. Peecee was also awarded the “Most Followed Account" on the platform this year whereas Kohli got the most 'Engaged Account of the Year' award earlier. Others on the list include Dwayne Johnson, Beyonce, Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber.


On the work front, Priyanka Chopra will be seen in Shonali Bose’s The Sky Is Pink that also stars Farhan Akhtar and Zaira Wasim. The first look of the actors was recently released on social media. Recently, the actress celebrated her birthday with hubby Nick Jonas. A picture of the actress smoking with Nick and her mom on a Miami yacht got netizens talking.

Virat, on the other hand, returned to India post India’s exit from World Cup 2019. The actor also opened up on not winning the cup this time and expressed his disappointment.


Image Source:- Instagram/virat.kohli/priyankachopra
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