Bankrupt, Kingfisher grounded, so what? Vijay Mallya's 60th birthday bash in Goa to surprise all

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Panaji, Dec 17: He might be bankrupt, he might be facing continuous grilling by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) but he is still living under the title -- the King of Good Times. This is none other than but Vijay Mallya.

Now, it has been reported that Vijay Mallya will surprise the world on his 60th birthday three-day-long party on Friday, Dec 18. It is going to be a luxurious birthday bash where more than 500 to 600 guests are expected to turn up.

[Open Letter: Kingfisher Airlines women employees expose Vijay Mallya]

Vijay Mallya

According to media reports, Vijay Mallya will invite all his VVIP guests across the world to his villa in Goa and world-famous singer Enrique Inglesias is likely sing "Happy Birthday" song for the King of Good Times.

Media reports also stated that Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam too would entertain the guests at the villa which has already turned into a fortress.

[Vijay Mallya's private jet sold for scrap to pay Kingfisher Airlines dues]

Meanwhile, Times of India quoted a source as saying, "The parties have around a few hundred people, perhaps 500-600 at a time. Many guests are put up in the villa itself, and others are hosted in the neighbouring Vivanta by Taj resort from where the guests walk in from the beach-side. Mallya is usually seen sitting with his foreign business investors from the liquor industry. His house is run like a hotel."

Vijay Mallya bankrupt, faced grilling:

The State Bank of India (SBI) has already declared Vijay Mallya's companies -- Kingfisher Airlines and United Breweries Holdings wilful defaulters.

[SBI tags Mallya, his 2 firms as wilful defaulters]

Kingfisher Airlines has been grounded since past many years. Employees of the company were not paid their due salaries.

CBI has questioned Vijay Mallya in connection with a the case of loan default of Rs 900 crore taken from IDBI bank.

[CBI questions Vijay Mallya in alleged loan default case]

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