Ram Gopal Varma's advice to Vijay Mallya – 'Give one bikini beauty each to every bank you owe'

Ram Gopal Varma attacked Vijay Mallya this time on his current 'all in debt' status. 

Ram Gopal Varma's advice to Vijay Mallya – 'Give one bikini beauty each to every bank you owe'

New Delhi: Ram Gopal Varma and his Twitter rants are always in the news. This time, the face on his dartboard is of none other than business tycoon Vijay Mallya.

Scathing his attack on Mallya's current 'all in debt' status, RGV, in a series of tweets asked the businessman to lend some of his 'bikini beauties' to the bankers to "square off all his debts."

"I think Vijay Mallya should dip into his personal bank and give one bikini beauty each to every bank he owes and square off all his debts," read his tweet.

"The banks might not agree to Vijay Mallya's bikini proposal but the bankers might," another tweet read.

"If the money he borrowed is what created properties of his bikini clad girls, wouldn't they be enough payback for the bankers? Just asking," tweeted RGV, third in the thread.

The filmmaker, not only slammed the "bikini beauties" for Mallya's situation, rather pointed triggers on B'Town celebs like Deepika Padukone, Nargis Faqri, Katrina Kaif and Esha Gupta, saying they can help in swaying the bankers.

"And am sure that the bikini beauties of Vijay Mallya were a huge part of the security for the banks and hence the bankers can't complain," read the tweet.

"I think Mallya's calendar girls Deepika Padukone, Nargis Faqri, Esha Gupta, Katrina Kaif etc etc contributed to the bankers being swayed," continued RGV's tweet-shots.

"It seems Vijay Mallya knows how to show the glitter of gold and draw diamonds from bankers ..so it's not the banks but it's the bankers," read his last tweet on the thread.

Recently, the country's largest mortgage lender HDFC offloaded United Spirits Ltd (USL) stock that Mallya had provided as collateral, raising as much as Rs 71 crore at market prices from the disposal.

The mortgage lender sold 3 lakh shares on Friday, having sold 1.5 lakh of them for about Rs 47 crore in December.

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