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Guy Finds Out His Grandpa’s Old Stocks Are Worth 130 Cr & We Wish We Had Such Relatives

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Ever wondered where life is taking you and why you are struggling with bills, EMIs, what is this adulting, why we have to pay in order to live on this planet, why are we not heir to a bank of wealth as shown in Bollywood movies where rich kids of Mr. Singhania are just mooching off the family fortune?

Well, a lot of us think and dream that way. Turns out, someone’s fantasy is actually someone’s reality. A guy named Ravi hit some crazy jackpot when he found out that the shares his grandfather had bought decades ago were casually lying around and were worth a whopping Rs 130 crores!

This guy discovered shares worth ₹130 crore in his house 🤭 pic.twitter.com/8TWNo446zS

— Akshay Chaturvedi (@akshaychat) July 22, 2021

Well, this is an old clip and if it has not been cashed, then its probably worth way more right now. People on the internet have a lot of thoughts around this.

I like how the reporter said ‘Dhyan rakhiyega’ itna paisa jab ek saat aata hai toh dhyan toh dena padega

— Shiva Kotian (@shivanandkotian) July 22, 2021

We can’t own that money but we can be happy by calculating that amount in current share price #OddlySatisfying

— Sumit 1993 (@Sumit_1993) July 22, 2021

As per the study, most profitable accounts belong to the people who either forgot it or dead.
Power of HODL

— Vijay Kumar (@tomar_vijay18) July 22, 2021

The caller is a guy named Ravi who called up a news channel during a show to get some expert advice on some shares lying in the house. He explained that his grandfather had bought some shares of MRF worth Rs 20,000 back in 1990 and later ended up in a coma due to an accident. His grandfather had eventually gifted him the shares after gaining consciousness. Ravi asked for advice on selling them but the revelation that came his way probably shook him! If this is not called being lucky, then I don’t know how to define that word. 

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