New Delhi: Ace investor and best known as India’s Warren Buffett is no more. The news came as a shock on Sunday morning, i.e today, as the Big Bull of Dalaal Street said his goodbye to the world at the age of 62.
Known for his unbeatable moves in the stock market, the billionaire with a net worth of nearly Rs 48,000 crores, played a significant role in the IPO of various private businesses including Star Health and Allied Insurance and gaming company Nazara Technologies Ltd.
This latest and much ambitious venture Akasa Airline only began its operations a week ago.
From Prime Minister Modi to other renowned people from various sectors are pouring their condolences on Jhunjhunwala’s death. Amid widespread mourning, a heartwarming video of the latter has surfaced online, wherein he can be seen grooving to a popular Hindi song ‘Kajra Re’.
The video seems to be of a party or a small get-together among close family and friends.
— MJ Augustine Vinod 🇮🇳 (@mjavinod) August 14, 2022
The video has gone viral on various social media platforms with Netizens dropping endearing remarks in the comment section.
“He was a hard-core nationalist. Created so many jobs for our people with Akasa”, a user said, while another wrote, “Om Shanti”.
Sir even I felt bad.
He was a hard-core nationalist.
Created so many jobs for our people with Akasa.
— Sameer Atkare (@sameeratkare) August 14, 2022
— Raj (@srvs123451) August 14, 2022
For the unversed, Jhunjhunwala was a chartered accountant by profession and hailed from Rajasthan in India. The billionaire investor experimented in the stocks at a young age during his college days, and later begin his own stock trading company called RARE Enterprises.