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Indian businessman Born: November 29, 1963 (age 58 years), New Delhi, India Spouse: Minal Modi (m. 1991–2018) Children: Aliya Modi, Ruchir Modi Parents: Krishan Kumar Modi, Bina Modi Siblings: Samir Modi, Charu Modi Education: Pace University, St.Joseph’s College, NAINITAL, UTTARKHAND, Duke University, Bishop Cotton School, Shimla Grandparents: Gujarmal Modi, Dayawati Modi Real Name Lalit Modi Nickname Lalit Profession Businessman Famous For IPL Instagram Given Below Ex-Wife Minal Modi Children Ruchir Modi & Aliya Modi Age 58 Years Old Height In Feet Inches- 5-10 Weight In Kilograms- 80 kg Eye Colour Black Hair Colour Black Shoe Size 7 US Date of Birth 29th November 1963 Birth Place Delhi Nationality Indian School Name Not Known College Name Pace University, Duke University Qualifications Graduate Father Name Krishan Kumar Modi Mother Name Bina Modi Siblings Elder Sister – Charu Modi Bhartia, Younger Brother – Samir Modi Income Source IPL, Business
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Modi was born in Delhi on 29 November 1963, into one of India’s leading business families, the elder son of Krishan Kumar Modi and his wife Bina Modi. He has an elder sister, Charu Modi Bhartia, and a younger brother, Samir Modi. His grandfather Gujar Mal Modi had established the Modi Group business conglomerate and the town of Modinagar. His father KK Modi greatly expanded the family business.: 191 Modi joined Bishop Cotton School in Shimla, in 1971. His family later moved him to St Joseph’s College, Nainital, because of a kidnapping threat. In 1980, he was expelled from St. Joseph’s for truancy, having left school to watch a movie. Between 1983 and 1986, Modi studied electrical engineering and business administration in the United States. He attended Pace University in New York for two years, and then Duke University in North Carolina for one year. He did not graduate from either of these institutions. In 1985, while a sophomore, Modi and three other students tried to buy half a kilogram of cocaine for $10,000 at a motel. The man posing as a seller threatened them with a shotgun, and robbed them of $10,000. The next day, Modi and his friends beat up a student, whom they suspected of setting them up. As a result, on 1 March 1985, Modi was arrested on charges of conspiracy to traffic cocaine, assault and second-degree kidnapping. The next day, Modi and another student were indicted. Modi pleaded guilty to the crime when the case was heard in the Durham County court, North Carolina and later entered a plea bargain, which resulted in a suspended two-year prison sentence. In lieu of prison time, he was placed under a five-year probation and ordered to do 100 hours’ community service. In 1986, Modi sought permission from the court to return to India, citing bad health. The Durham County Court accepted his plea and ordered him to perform 200 hours of community service in India. Modi’s return to India was facilitated by some of his father’s businessmen friends, including Leonard Lauder. When asked about this matter in 2010, Modi stated “I’ve got no idea about these allegations, which have been investigated and nothing was found.” In 1986, Modi came back to Delhi, and joined the family business. He served as the President of International Tobacco Company Limited from 1987 to 1991. On 21 August 1989, he was made a Non-Executive & Non-Independent Director at Godfrey Phillips India, one of India’s largest tobacco companies, and a joint venture between his family’s Modi Enterprises and Philip Morris International. In February 1992, he was made an executive director of Godfrey Phillips India, and retained that position until 1 August 2010. In Delhi, Modi started courting the nine-years-older Minal Sagrani, who was the daughter of Nigeria-based Sindhi Hindu businessman, Pesu Aswani, and the ex-wife of another Nigeria-based Sindhi businessman, Jack Sagrani. His family initially opposed the marriage, as Minal was a recently divorced mother and nine years older than him. Modi managed to get his grandmother Dayawati Modi on his side, who convinced the family to agree to the marriage. The couple married on 17 October 1991 in Mumbai. The couple settled in Mumbai, as Minal faced a social boycott in Delhi. They initially lived in KK Modi’s apartment in Pedder Road area, but later bought Minal’s father’s house in Juhu as their family grew. They have two children – son Ruchir Modi and daughter Aliya. Lalit Modi also has a step-daughter Karima Sagrani, from Minal’s first marriage. On 10 December 2018, Minal died of Cancer. In July 2022, he announced that he is dating former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen.