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Jhun Jhunwala Dance.. Viral Video SEXI News

Stock exchange tycoon Rakesh Jhun Jhunwala is not only a serious businessman but also a great person with a positive thinking attitude. Even when both kidneys were damaged and he was on dialysis, he had a positive attitude towards life. Congress Leader Sanjay Nirupam posted a video on Twitter today that proves it. In it, Rakesh Jhun is seen dancing enthusiastically like Jhunwala. As he met with family members, relatives and close friends, he performed a thrilling dance while sitting in a wheelchair. Despite old age and health issues, Rakesh has proven that his positive attitude is always fresh. This video posted by Sanjay Nirupam today at noon got 1.50 lakh views in just three hours. Meanwhile, Rakesh Jhun Jhunwala (62) died of a heart attack at 6.45am this morning.

Prasthanam departed from Hyderabad

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala was born on July 5, 1960 to a middle class family in Hyderabad. He has been passionate about business since childhood. That’s why he started investing in the stock market when he was a student. For one, he learned the skills of the stock market while studying CA (Chartered Accountant). So, in 1985, he started his business as a stock trader with an investment of Rs 5,000. Forbes estimates his net worth at Rs 5.5 billion.

Akasha Air is her..

Jhunjhunwala is married to Rekha, a businessman. Rakesh Jhunjhunwala entered the field of aviation on the 7th of this month with Akasha Air. He is not just an investor. He is Chairman of Optech Limited and Hungama Digital Media Entertainment Private Limited.

The turning point in 1986 with Tata Tea shares..

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala made his first big profit by buying shares of Tata Tea in 1986. He bought 5,000 shares of Tata Tea for just Rs 43. Over the next three months, the stock rose to Rs 143. He made three times as much profit. Jhunjhunwala earned Rs 20-25 lakhs in three years after that. He is also known as the Big Bull of Dalal Street as a seasoned investor. Currently, his property is worth Rs. 45 thousand crores.