Kananur Lokesh Rahul, or KL Rahul, has recently been in the limelight for a lot of positive as well as negative reasons. Just like the majority of cricketers make money from brand endorsements, KL Rahul has also boosted his net worth from them. He has endorsed five major brands and has been involved with many more. In this blog, we will go right into the brands that KL Rahul is a part of.
KL Rahul stands tall as one of India's most versatile and stylish batsmen. With his exceptional batting skills and an uncanny ability to adapt to different formats, he has captured the hearts of millions of cricket enthusiasts worldwide. However, KL Rahul's influence goes beyond the cricketing arena, as he has also become a prominent figure in the world of brand endorsements.
KL Rahul recently signed a new sponsorship agreement. He is presently the brand ambassador for Zenovit, a dietary supplement. Raveena Tandon, a Bollywood actress, had previously supported Zenovit. Rahul will appear in a new TV commercial for the brand, which will be unveiled soon. A digital advertising strategy does not appear to be on the list due to Zenovit's lack of social media presence.
KL Rahul will be visible in numerous brand advertisements supporting Puma's current product lines in the performance and sport style categories as part of the relationship.
"Choosing to collaborate solely with a sportswear brand is a critical decision, and we have hit the ball out of the park with this collaboration," Rahul said of the Puma collaboration.
KL Rahul, a talented Indian cricketer, has been named a Cure.fit brand ambassador. Cure.fit is a health and fitness startup situated in Bengaluru. Cure.fit's latest venture, the CULT brand, a network of upscale fitness clubs, will receive an endorsement from Rahul to enhance its outreach and growth. Rumours have been speculated that Cure.fit, and the cricketer has agreed to a cash and stock arrangement. Rahul has impressed everyone with his batting ability and work ethic and has made an impression on both domestic and international cricket, according to the brand. The Cure.fit agreement was mediated by Cornerstone Sport, a brand consultant and talent representation firm.
In partnership with retail partner Zeko Online Pvt., Indian cricketer KL Rahul has worked with Gully, a "cult streetwear brand." Initially, the brand's products will be available on one of India's largest online marketplaces, as well as on the Zeko online website. Rahul is also a co-owner of the company. T-shirts, joggers, and shorts will be available first, followed by pants and hoodies later this year. Street culture, hip-hop, rap, and street sports are Gully's core ideals. Streetwear labels are extremely popular in Western countries. But, there is currently no competition in the Indian market in this field.
Athiya Shetty and Ace Cricketer KL Rahul have been named brand ambassadors for NUMI Paris, a French premium eyewear brand that has recently arrived in India. NUMI Paris has sought the assistance of the talented and attractive actor Athiya Shetty as well as the accomplished cricket player KL Rahul to market their finely handcrafted eyewear range.
I feel privileged and thrilled to be a part of the NUMI Paris family. NUMI possesses all of the characteristics that I seek in a brand when I indulge in it. And I'm happy to say that NUMI is an organic extension of my personality,” said the famous cricketer KL Rahul.
KL Rahul has promoted several brands throughout the years, including Puma, Cure. fit, and Gully. Besides these, he is also a brand ambassador for Wrogn, a fashion business founded by Virat Kohli. KL Rahul has also worked with Red Bull and has appeared in their advertisements. As he is a famous and well-respected cricketer in India, KL Rahul's involvement has benefited these brands largely.