Success Story or an Irony…

Dr. Vijay Mallya might be a defaulter, con or whatever you call him but I’m sure there are guys like me who would think from another perspective and will look at him like a hero too (obviously in a funnier way).

If I put myself in comparison to Dr. Mallya, which can be a big disgrace to him but still. Here is the scenario:

I can’t withdraw more than 20,000 rupees a day from my bank account. He withdrew 215 Cr and left the country.
The minimum account balance I need to maintain is 0. But he can maintain a minimum balance of Rs -1500 Cr.

I work quite hard and my last birthday party was thrown by a friend on his brother-in-law’s terrace; I spent Rs 200 on cab. When he turned 60 this year he burnt Rs 90 Cr on his birthday party on a private island in Goa, and flew down Enrique.

I pay my modest EMI on time fearing the calls and letters from the bank. He owes Rs 7000 Cr to 17 banks and nobody knows on which number he's available or where to send the damned letters.
If I owed the amount of money he owed, I would have taken a bus or hitched a drive for free (to save whatever little I have left) to escape my debtors. But he took a chartered jet and flew to a private estate near London.

And everybody is cracking bankruptcy jokes on him. Calling him a massive failure. If you ask me, he's the biggest F'ing success story today. No matter what they say, you're my hero, Dr Vijay Mallya.

And do you know what…

Arun Jaitley, our honorable finance minister, will recover the money. In next year’s budget he will introduce "Mallya Recovery cess" of 0.50%.along with service tax

What an Irony and that’s why I would term it as a “Biggest Success Story…”

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