Coimbatore, Nov 29: Former Maharashtra Governor C Subramaniam's grandson Vikram Ramakrishnan, who was one of the survivors of the terror attacks in Mumbai, was in joy when he saw his family at the airport here on Saturday, Nov 29 last night.
''I am happy to come out alive,'' he said emotionally when met his wife Chitra and daughters at the airport.
Mr Vikram, a business advisor to a US-based company, was on business tour to Mumbai Wednesday last.
He was was in Hotel Trident Oberoi during the 48-hour terror attack in the country's financial capital.
Mr Vikram told newsmen he heard gunshots and explosions within an hour of entering the hotel and immediately switched off the lights and locked himself in the room.
He was in darkness for 40-long hours within his room on the 21st floor of the hotel.
He had fruit juice in the room to manage and was in frequent touch with his family till he was rescued by the NSG Commandos.