During an interview with Outlook India, Siddharth Mallya claimed, "I have nothing to do with Kingfisher Airlines, so there isn't really much I can say or do regarding the matter."
It seems that the Mallya junior might have forgotten about his 18th birthday gift when his father Vijay Mallya bestowed him with the airline in 2005.
Siddharth earlier had flaked criticism from all over the country over his apathy towards pilots and workers associated with grounded Kingfisher Airlines.
When news over suicide committed by one of Kingfisher employee's wife, Mallya was found tweeting seeking votes for himself to win an award ceremony.
The Mallya junior had tweeted, "Guys please vote for me for the @GQ_India Digital Man Of The Year Award...follow this link to vote http://on.fb.me/PuFEs4 Thank u!! X."
He had also tweeted about his shooting with Kingfisher's 'calendar girls' and playing volleyball with bikini-clad models, views on a London pub, judgement on the English Cricket Board's move on cricketer Kevin Pietersen and every other object under the sun but did not spend a word or make a kind gesture towards his own employees and their families seriously hit by financial hardships.