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‘It is his life and his decision’: Lalit Modi’s son Ruchir and his family knew that Lalit and Sushmita Sen are dating

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New Delhi: Ever since controversial businessman Lalit Modi revealed his relationship with former Miss Universe, Sushmita Sen, the Internet has come to a boil. On Thursday, Lalit Modi took to Twitter to announce that he was dating Sushmita Sen, calling her his “better half” and describing it as “a fresh start”.

However, his family appeared to be quite calm and relaxed before the new development with Lalit Modi. In an exclusive interview with ETimes, Ruchir Modi, Lalit’s son, said: “I would like to decline to comment on personal family matters but will always be happy to comment on business or other matters. another subject.”

Lalit’s 28-year-old son and daughter Aliya (29 years old) learned about their father’s relationship with Sushmita Sen. However, the family of the former IPL president does not want to discuss the personal matter on the public forum. “I don’t want to comment, to be honest, because we don’t comment on personal matters as a family policy,” said Ruchir, who stayed with her father in London while Aliya was married. know.

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Immediately after the announcement was made, Ruchir did not return calls nor texts. Less impulsive and calculating than his father, Ruchir offered a reluctant view of his father, “It was his life and his decisions.”

Minal Modi passed away from cancer in December 2018 and since then, Lalit Modi has posted several touching tributes to his late wife, who is 11 years older than him. Modi is a close-knit family and Ruchir still keeps a photo of his mother as his WhatsApp DP. “I miss her every day,” he said.

Ruchir holds a management degree in London. Before that, he attended American School in Mumbai, then he moved to London with his parents in 2010. The father-son duo and brother Lalit (Samir Modi) got into a family dispute with his grandmother. . In addition, the case went to the Supreme Court after an unsuccessful arbitration attempt.

“Family disputes are regrettable and I hope and have full confidence in the Supreme Court of India for a speedy decision in this matter, given the unfortunate situation of the way businesses are being run. and control,” said Ruchir, who is involved in several business ventures in the UK and Europe. He also regularly visits Mumbai but has stopped since the pandemic.

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