Vijaypat Singhania and his wife Asha Devi, have put their heart out in this old golden song, ‘Jaane Woh Kaise Log The Jinke Pyaar Ko Pyaar Mila’. After all that they have been through, you can feel their emotions through this song.
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We are all familiar with the Singhania vs Singhania case that is ongoing in the Bombay High Court. Those who aren’t familiar with the controversy, here is a quick brief about what happened.
Vijaypat Singhania said that he was reduced to have a ‘hand to mouth’ existence because of his son, Gautam Singhania who denied him of a home that was rightfully his. This home in question is a duplex flat in the redeveloped JK House at Malabir Hill, Mumbai.
In 2015, Vijaypat Singhania transferred his 37 percent stake to Gautam – the stake that is worth over ₹1000 crore – and now feels that his son turned his back on him.
When Vijaypat Singhania transferred the shares to Gautam Singhania, the estranged grandchildren of his eldest son – Madhupati Singhania filed a case against their grandfather. They are challenging a 1998 family agreement in court which was singed on their behalf, stating that since they were minors then, they signed away their rights. They are claiming a right to Raymond and all that the Singhania family owns.
At the moment Vijaypat Singhania is standing against his two sons – fighting a battle in court.
“Do not transfer all your assets to your children while you’re alive. Maybe one child will turn out good out of ten, or maybe six will turn out caring and unselfish, but all ten will not be the same. There will always be a black sheep who will quickly forget what their father did for them and show their true colours,” Vijaypat Singhania had said to a leading daily.
Some people say that it is karma that Vijaypat Singhania is facing for what he had done to his brother Ajaypat. But no one knows the truth yet.
There is just one thing – no father should be treated this way by his own son.
Here is the video where the Raymond couple is seen singing a song – as if they were communicating their pain through it: