Estimated Net Worth of Lalit Modi is Around Between $1 Million – $5 Million.
(Approx. 7-35 crore in indian rupees)
Name – Lalit Modi
Profession – Indian Fugitive businessman and Cricket Administrator.
Age – 55 Years old in 2021
Date of Birth – November 29, 1965
Lalit Kumar Modi is an Indian Fugitive businessmanand cricket administrator. He was the founder & first Chairman and Commissioner of the Indian Premier League (IPL), and ran the tournament for three years until 2010.
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Friends, Family, And Relatives :
Father :- Krishan Kumar Modi
Mother :- Bina Modi
Brother (s) :- Samir Modi
Sister (s) :-Charu Modi
Daughter (s) :- Aliya Modi
Son (s) :-Ruchir
Wife :- Minal Modi
As IPL Commissioner in 2008
School :- Bishop Cotton School, Shimla, St Joseph’s College, Nainital
College :- Duke University, North Carolina, US
Qualification :- Under Graduate
Lalit Kumar Modi is an Indian Fugitive businessmanand cricket administrator.
He was the founder & first Chairman and Commissioner of the Indian Premier League (IPL), and ran the tournament for three years until 2010.
During 2008–10, Lalit also served as the Chairman of the Champions League.
Lalit was the Vice President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) during 2005–10.
Lalit has also served as the President of the Rajasthan Cricket Association (2005–09 and 2014–15), and as the Vice President of the Punjab Cricket Association.
Early life of Lalit Kumar Modi:
Lalit Modi was born in Delhi.
He is a elder son of Krishan Kumar Modi and his wife Bina Modi.
He has an elder sister, Charu Modi Bhartia.
He has a younger brother, Samir Modi.
His grandfather Gujar Mal Modi had established the Modi Group business conglomerate and the town of Modinagar.
His father KK Modi greatly expanded the family business.
Studied in Bishop Cotton School in Shimla, in 1971.
Because of a kidnapping threat, his family later moved him to St Joseph’s College, Nainital.
In 1980, he was expelled from St. Joseph’s for truancy, having left school to watch a movie.