Kohli and Sajdeh are also very close friends, as the latter often accompanied him to major Cricket events.
Virat Kohli, the star hitter for team India, is likely to launch his own company after the World Cup disappointment. According to a report on CricketNextVirat Kohli has parted with Cornerstone, a firm owned by Bunty Sajdeh, after a period of more than ten year. Cornerstone, owned by Bunty Sajdeh was responsible for Kohli’s commercial interests and brand outside of the cricket field. Sajdeh and Kohli were also very close friends, as the latter often accompanied Kohli to major cricket events.
“Yes, Kohli & Bunty parted ways following a very successful and long-lasting partnership. Over the years there have been many cricketers who have parted ways from Cornerstone. Rohit, KL Rahul Ajinkya Shubman, and many others. But Virat Cornerstone was inseparable. CricketNext quoted a source as saying, “Now, that relationship is also over.”
Kohli plans to register the company soon
The real reasons for Kohli terminating the Cornerstone contract remain unknown. The report claims that the Indian batter will register his new company shortly. The partnership between Kohli & Bunty has had several successful deals. One of the most notable was the INR 100-crore deal with the sports brand Puma.