India definitely needs a pre-nuptial law. Sunjay Kapur who separated from Karishma Kapoor few years back is now accusing her that she married him for money. The time when Sunjay and Lolo got married, he hardly had money. It’s only now since his father passed away, Sunjay inherited everything and maybe having a lot of money. But then the media-shy Sunjay Kapur suddenly went to town via press and said that Lolo married him for his money.
Post separation the once lovey-dovey couples get into nasty court cases and mostly it comes down to money. Now this rich guy, the owner of India’s first home-grown luxury house known for exorbitantly priced silverware claims he has no money to pay for his grand-daughter’s education.
Can you believe that this man who owns Ravissant has a monthly disposable income of only Rupees 9 Lacs out of which Rupees 5Lacs go out every month on EMIs and hence cannot afford to pay for his grand-daughter’s education. Who the hell would believe that??? In fact when the son and daughter-in law divorced in 2006, a paltry amount of Rs. 50,000 as settled by the court towards child maintenance had never been paid. And the filthy rich family can only afford a LIG flat in the outskirts of Delhi in Sona for their beloved grand-daughter when they own around thirty plus luxurious apartments and bungalows all over India. These are some pathetically disgusting affair that goes on in the courts.
No doubt I am not shocked with the UN report that 62 richest people of the world owns wealth equivalent to half of the world population’s combined wealth. The richer one is, the stingier they seem to be.