Saturday, June 6, 2015

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You can find billionaires almost everywhere in the world. People who have made that much money remind us from all parts of the globe how hard we need to try (and succeed). Everyone wants to know it feels to be a part of something so big. But, the more interesting part are their very pretty heiresses. They are rich, beautiful and exotic- these are the most successful billionaire daughters.

1. Roshni Nadar
Roshni is daughter of Indian billionaire Shiv Nadar. She became the CEO of the HCL Group, which is a tech company worth $5 billion, and she is only 28! But running a multibillion company is not all she does. Roshni is also involved in educative initiatives of ShivNadar foundation as well. Roshni knows how to spend her time.


2.  Pia Singh

Pia is daughter of KP Singh, a real estate magnate.  Pia holds a stake of $400 million in her father’s firm. She also heads the DLF entertainment venture, Retail Business of the Group as Managing Director and DT Cinema. Quite a few titles for a 39-year-old, don’t you think?


3. Vanisha Mittal
Vanisha married investment banker Amit Bhatia, and their marriage cost $60 million. Vanisha is 24 years old and she has a master’s degree in South Asian studies. She might be young, but she sits on the board of Mittal Steel, a company worth $51 billion. So she’s young, beautiful and a billionaire, but who’s counting?


4.  Akshata Murthy
Akshata is daughter of Inosys co-founder Narayan Murthy. However, Akshata is not just another daddy’s girl. She has 1.4 percent stake in Infosys too! Today she is married to Rishi Sunak, her Stanford classmate and is a senior associate at Siderian.  Well that must have been easy for her.


5.  Nisha Godrej
Nisha’s family net worth is $5.2 billion. Her father, Adi Godrej holds an MBA degree from Harvard. Nisha is the president of Human Capital and Innovation at the Godrej group. There she manages more than 20 000 employees. Yes, 20 000 employees. Nisha is also involved with some good work, she helps Dasra, an organization that educates girls.


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