Some people in our society have a hell lot of money that they can’t even count it, and they start spending their money on absurd things. Here are such people who have gone too far just because they possess massive cash with them.
Check Out These five rich Indians who fulfilled their most absurd desires thanks to their overflowing pockets:
1. Rajeev V Bagdi – Bought 5-Acre Plot On The Moon
Rajeev V Bagdi, an Indian businessman, bought a five-acre plot on the moon back in 2003. Bagdi purchased it for $140 (or Rs 10,051 approx.) from the New York-based Lunar Society International. With India’s second moon mission, he said that he hopes to visit the moon with his family.
2. Datta Phuge – Bought A Shirt Made
Datta Phuge was a Pune-based moneylender who was also known as ‘Gold Shirt‘ man. This man came to global limelight for his customised Gold shirt made out of more than 14,000 pieces of 22-karat gold of whopping worth $240,000 (or 12.7 million rupees) at the time for the shirt.
3. Nita Ambani – Bought A 240 Diamond-Studded Handbag
The list wouldn’t have felt complete without a mention of the Ambanis in it. The members of India’s most affluent family are the owners of some real-serious luxury goods, and Nita Ambani happens to show it with her 240-diamond encrusted Hermès Himalaya Birkin handbag, which is worth over Rs 2.6 crore!
4. Ajay & Atul Gupta- 200 Cr Wedding Ft Baahubali Sets
All of India was left gaping when Africa-based NRI brothers Ajay and Atul Gupta decided to throw the wedding of the year for their sons in Uttarakhand’s Auli. With a heavily star-studded guestlist, stellar celebrity performances and a Baahubali set for the wedding venue; the Gupta brothers spent a whopping 200 crore rupees on the wedding extravaganza!
5. Virat Kohli & His Super Expensive Drinking Water
Indian Captain Virat Kohli know for his fitness. Virat Kholi much cares about his food habits. He only drinks water which is packaged by Evian. The French imported bottle of water costs about Rs 600 per litre, which means he must easily spend lakhs per month only on drinking water.