Kingfisher absconder Vijay Mallya’s Goa villa was recently sold off to a wealthy businessman via an auction. Apart from this, Alibaug farmhouse of the former liquor baron was recently seized by the enforcement directorate (ED). Mallya is going through a very tough phase and is almost struggling to continue his stay in London. His 17-acre property is said to have a market value of around Rs. 100 Crores. Even that being sold will not put an end to his worries since he’s under a debt of a whopping 9000 crores. But looks like his only son Siddharth Mallya (or Sid Mallya) is not bothered about daddy’s pitiable condition.
That is because he’s living quite a carefree life, oblivious of his father’s legal and emotional troubles. At least that’s what Sid’s recent Instagram uploads reflect. He’s seen having a ball with his friends, enjoying his drinks and is looking happy too.
Here’s a glimpse of his latest activities on Instagram. Looking at those, one can hardly gauge that this is a person whose father was once the ‘King of Good Times’ and is now, neither living like a king nor the good times are anywhere close by. But, Mallya’s son Sid is having quite a happy time if his social media uploads are anything to go by to know his current state of mind.
Girls, friends food and drinks – Sid is doing pretty much what he was earlier famous for. Not much is said to have changed in his lifestyle, post his father’s trouble – the debt, the fleeing from the country, the arrest in London, the auction of property.
Considering that his father owes the banks crores and crores of money, a lot of times, Sid has been criticized on the social media for his lavish and super carefree lifestyle. After all, where is the money coming from? Sid does a bit of modelling at times, but he’s hardly drawing any money from it. And if he was the heir of his father’s business, the business crashed many, many months ago.
Then howcome, people are asking, he has all the money in the world to go on with his luxurious life, while his father is able to afford a life in London – and the banks are crying hoarse over their major losses.