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India’s TOP 10 MOST POWERFUL Celebrity Brands

Cricketer Virat Kohli has emerged as the India’s MOST POWERFUL celebrity brand with $170.9 million worth of brand value.

India’s TOP 10 MOST POWERFUL Celebrity Brands
India’s Top 10 MOST POWERFUL Celebrity Brands

Global advisory firm Duff & Phelps has released its fourth edition of Celebrity Brand Valuation Report 2018: “The Bold, the Beautiful and the Brilliant.”

The firm in its latest report (2018) announced India’s most powerful celebrity brands based on brand values resulting from their endorsement contracts.

According the list, cricketer Virat Kohli has topped the list with $170.9 million worth brand value retaining the top position for the second consecutive year.

Virat Kohli is followed by Deepika Padukone, Akshay Kumar, Ranveer Singh, and Shah Rukh Khan with brand value worth $102.5 million, $67.3 million, $63.0 million, and $60.7 million respectively.

Salman Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, and Hrithik Roshan came in 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th spots respectively.

Here’s the 2018 most powerful celebrity brands list.

Rank (2018) Celebrity Name Brand Value in US$ million Rank in 2017
10 Hrithik Roshan 31.0 7
9 Varun Dhawan 31.6 10
8 Alia Bhatt 36.5 9
7 Amitabh Bachchan 41.2 8
6 Salman Khan 55.8 6
5 Shah Rukh Khan 60.7 2
4 Ranveer Singh 63.0 5
3 Akshay Kumar 67.3 4
2 Deepika Padukone 102.5 3
1 Virat Kohli 170.9 1


Here’s the 2018 most powerful celebrity brands list

1.Virat Kohli (170.9); 2. Deepika Padukone (102.5); 3. Akshay Kumar (67.3); 4. Ranveer Singh (63); 5. Shah Rukh Khan (60.7); 6. Salman Khan (55.8); 7. Amitabh Bachchan (41.2); 8. Alia Bhatt (36.5); 9. Deepika Padukone (102.5); 10. Virat Kohli (170.9).  

 

Total value of the top 20 celebrity brands stands at US$877 million, with the top 10 contributing more than 75% of the total value.

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