Hurun India Rich List 2014

Source:Hurun Report Author: IssueTime:2014-09-16

Hurun Report today released the Hurun India Rich List, a list of the richest people in India with a cut-off of INR 1,800 Crores. This is the third year of the list.

Mukesh Ambani is the Richest Man in India with INR 165,000 Crores, up 37%


Gautam Adani, 52, breaks into Top 10 with 152% increase to INR 44,000 Crores

 

Manufacturing and Pharmaceuticals lead the boom

 

Leading Authority on India’s private wealth, Hurun Report launches the India Rich List for the third time.

 

·       Hurun Report finds 230 individuals with INR 1,800 Crore or more, up 89 from last year, and with an average wealth growth of 36%

·       Stock market boom and slight strengthening of the Rupee drives no. of dollar billionaires to record highs with 109, up from 63 last year and 59 the year before

·       Mukesh Ambani, 57, of Reliance, holds on to his position as the richest man in India with a fortune of INR 1,65,000 Crores, up 37% from last year

·       Dilip Shangvi of Sun Pharmaceuticals shot up to 2nd position, overtaking LN Mittal for the first time, after seeing his wealth grow 43% to INR 1,29,000Crores.

·       Cut-off to make Top 100 quadruples to INR 6500 Crores, up from INR 1620 Cr two years ago and INR 3800 a year ago.

·       At 33 years, Sachin& Binny Bansaal, co-founders of online retail giant Flipkart, are the youngest self-made Indians on the list with INR 3,900 Cr each.

·       15 individuals saw their wealth double year on year, led by PV Ramaprasad Reddy, 56,of Aurobindo Pharma, with a 260% increase in his fortune to INR 13,500 Cr

·       Only 30 individuals saw their wealth decline, led by Brij Bushan, 76, of Bushan Power &Steel, whose wealth dropped 82%, dropping him to the bottom of the list

·       Whilst Mumbai continues to dominate with 30% of the list residing there, Delhi came in second with 16%, followed by Bangalore with 10%.

·       Manufacturing continues to dominate with 16% of the list, followed by pharmaceuticals and real estate with 9% and 8%. Food and Jewelry are the fastest growing sectors.

·       Only 67% are self-made, up 1% from last year

·       Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan’s wealth increased by 14%to INR2900 Crores.

·       The only self-made woman in the list Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, saw her net worth increase 41% to INR 6500 Crores.

·       The combined wealth of India’s richest is a staggering US$ 422 bn, equating to 22% of India’s GDP last year and larger than the GDPs of UAE (US$ 396 bn), South Africa (US$350 bn) & Qatar (US$ 200 bn).



(New Delhi, 16 September 2014): Hurun Report today released the Hurun India Rich List, a list of the richest people in India with a cut-off of INR 1,800 Crores. This is the third year of the list, which has become a benchmark for the private sector. Wealth calculations are a snapshot of 3 September 2014 when the rate of exchange to the US dollar was INR 60.33.

 

A bull run in the stock market, which saw gains of 50% in the BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty, together with a moderate rise in the rupee, resulted in 80new entrants into the Hurun India Rich List 2014.

 

Mukesh Ambani(57) of Reliance, topped the list of 230individuals for the third year running.  It has been a busy year for the energy tycoon, whose flagship company Reliance last year sought approval for a INR 78,000 Crores expansion to their existing refinery business. Ambani also bought out one of the largest media houses, Network 18, for INR 4,200Crores;


Dilip Shanghvi (58) of Sun Pharmaceuticals, continued his rise up the list, to 2nd place after a 43% surge in his wealth.  Last year, Shanghvi broke into third place for the first time. This year Sun Pharmaceuticals acquired Japanese-owned Ranbaxy, making Sun the largest drug maker in India and fifth largest in the world. The deal values Ranbaxy at 2.2 times its revenue of INR 10,800 Crores.


LN Mittal (63) of ArcelorMittal, who started out as a scrap metal dealer in one of India’s poorest states, dropped down one place to 3rdwith a fortune down 4% to INR 97,000Crores. The London-based steel tycoon has courted controversy in the UK with the purchase of a mountain in the Lake District, UK for INR 14 Crores.

 

“The stock market boom has driven India’s entrepreneurs to record heights. The stories of the people on the India Rich List tell the story of India’s modern economy,” said Rupert Hoogewerf, Hurun Report Chairman and Chief Researcher. “When comparing the private sectors of India and China, both have strong manufacturing bases, but whilst the Chinese have made most money from real estate, in India pharmaceuticals and healthcare stand out.”

 

“The new government sparked off a boom in the stock markets, such that we have expanded the Hurun India Rich List from 141 individuals to 230, whilst retaining the same cut off of INR 1800 Cr as that of last year. If last year’s rich list demonstrated the resilience of Indian corporates in a sluggish market, this year’s list exemplifies the potential of corporate India to lead the global market”, said Anas Rahman Junaid, Head, Hurun Report India.

 

 

Table: Hurun India Rich List 2014 – Top 10

 


Name

Wealth   INR Cr.

Change   in Wealth

Company

Age

Residence

1=

Mukesh   Ambani

  165,000

37%

Reliance

57

Mumbai

2

Dilip   Shanghvi

  129,000

43%

Sun   Pharma

58

Mumbai

3

LN Mittal

    97,000

-4%

ArcelorMittal

63

London

4=

Azim   Premji

    86,000

12%

Wipro

69

Bangalore

5=

Shiv   Nadar

    78,000

41%

HCL

69

New Delhi

6*

SP   Hinduja & family

    72,000

New

Hinduja   Group

80

London

7

Pallonji   Mistry

    63,000

24%

Tata Sons

85

Mumbai

8

Kumara   Mangalam Birla

    62,000

16%

Aditya   Birla

47

Mumbai

9

Sunil   Mittal & Family

    51,000

9%

Bharti   Airtel

57

New Delhi

10*

Gautam   Adani

    44,000

152%

Adani   Enterprises

52

Ahmedabad

↑ Rank increase yoy  ↓ Rank decrease yoy  - No Rank change yoy  * New to Top 10

 

Azim Hashim Premji (69), saw his 57% of Wipro up 11% taking him to 4th place, and making him the richest South Indian with a fortune of INR 86,000 Crores. Premji has currently set up a INR 600 Crores venture capital fund that is looking to invest into early stage startups.


Shiv Nadar (69), nicknamed by friends as Magus (old Persian for wizard) registered a 40% increase in wealth, on the back of a 57% increase in stock price of his IT hardware company HCL Technologies. Nadar is a recipient of the Padma Bhushan in 2008 for his efforts in the IT industry. With donations on INR 3000 crores, Mr. Nadar occupied 2nd spot in Hurun Report Philanthropy List 2013.


SP Hinduja (80) is the 6th richest person on the list with a net worth of INR 72,000 Crores. The Hinduja family controls a highly diversified empire with interests spanning automotive, oil& gas, banking, IT, power, media, real estate, healthcare & trading with annual revenues in excess of INR 1,50,000 Crore(USD 25 Billion). This year, The Hinduja Group celebrated its 100 years anniversary.

 

Pallonji Mistry (85), with a personal fortune of INR 63,000 Crores, mainly from his 18.5% holding in Tata Sons, is the 7th richest Indian and also the richest Parsi. Mistry became the largest shareholder in Tata Sons, globally best-known as the owner of Jaguar Landrover, and his son Cyrus is currently chairman.  Mistry’s own business is the family construction company Pallonji Shapoorji. About 66 percent of Tata Sons is held by philanthropic trusts endowed by members of the Tata family. Ratan Tata, the 77-year old scion of the family, comes in at 71st place with a personal fortune of INR 9,000 Cr.

 

Kumar Mangalam Birla (47) of Aditya Birla, is the 8th richest man in India. His net worth stands at INR 61,620 Crore, a 24% increase from last year. Birla has dropped down the ladder from 6th to 8th. In 2014, the CBI dropped an investigation into allegations of a coal scam against him.

 

Fifty-seven year-old telecom mogul Sunil Mittal is the 9th richest in the list with an estimated net worth of INR 51,320 Crore (up 1 rank from last year). His flagship company Bharti Airtel intends to sell over 3500 of its mobile towers in 6 African countries in a bid to exit non-core businesses.

 

Gautam Adani (52), shot into the top 10, with a net worth of INR 44,020 Crores, up 152% from last year. Stock prices of his flagship companies Adani Enterprises and Adani Ports were up 180% and 90% respectively. It is interesting to note that he made his first million when he was just 20 years old.


Mumbai Top again

With 70 individuals from the Hurun India Rich List 2014, Mumbai is the capital for India’s super-rich, followed by Delhi (37) and Bangalore (23)

 

Table: Geographical spread of Hurun India Rich List 2014

 


City

2014%

2013%

Richest Individual 2014

Richest Individual 2013

1

Mumbai

30%

33%

Mukesh Ambani

Mukesh Ambani

2

New Delhi

16%

16%

Shiv Nadar

Shiv Nadar

3

Bangalore

10%

11%

Azim Premji

Azim Premji

4

Dubai

5%

4%

Micky Jagtiani

Micky Jagtiani

5

Ahmedabad

4%

3%

Gautam Adani

Gautam Adani

6

Pune

4%

4%

Cyrus S Poonawalla

Rahul Bajaj

7

Chennai

3%

4%

Kalanithi Maran

Kalanithi Maran

8

Kolkata

3%

2%

Benu Gopal Bangur

Benu Gopal Bangur

9

Hyderabad

3%

2%

GV Prasad

GV Prasad

10

London

2%

9%

LN Mittal

LN  Mittal

Source: Hurun India Rich List. For more details visit www.hurun.net

 


 

UAE & UK are the capitals for NRI. 31, or 13.5%, are based outside of India, led by LN Mittal (ArcelorMittal, London), SP Hinduja &Family (Hinduja Group, London), Micky Jagtiani (Landmark Group, Dubai), Anil Agarwal (Vedanta Resources, London), Prakash Lohia (Indorama Ventures, London) and Feroz Allana (IFFCO, Sharjah).


Table: Hurun India Rich List 2014 – Richest Non-Resident Indians


Names

City

Company

Age

Wealth (INR crores)

1

LN Mittal

London

ArcelorMittal

63

97000

2

SP Hinduja &   family

London

Hinduja Group

80

72000

3

Micky Jagtiani

Dubai

Landmark

63

26000

4

Anil Agarwal

London

Vedanta Resource

61

21000

5

Prakash Lohia

London

Indorama Ventures

62

20000

6

Feroz Allana

Sharjah

IFFCO

-

15500

7

Romesh T Wadhwani

Palo Alto

Symphony Technology

67

15000

8

Kavitark Ram   Shriram

Menlo Park

Google

58

13000

9

MA Yousufali

Abu Dhabi

Emke

58

11500

10

Vinod Khosla

Portola Valley

Khosla Ventures

59

11000

Source: Hurun India Rich List. For more details visit www.hurun.net


Manufacturing sector continues to rule


With 16% of the Hurun India Rich List 2014, manufacturing, followed by pharma and real estate continue to be the main sources of wealth in India. Other industries that have had a good year include Food & Beverage, Jewelry and Healthcare.


Table: Hurun India Rich List 2014 – Industry breakdown


Industry

2014%

2013%

2014 Richest Individual

2013 Richest Individual

1

Manufacturing

16%

17%

SP Hinduja

Kumar Mangalam Birla

2

Pharmaceuticals

9%

11%

Dilip Shanghvi

Dilip Shanghvi

3

Real estate

8%

9%

Kushal Pal Singh

Kushal Pal Singh

4

FMCG

5%

5%

Anand Burman

Adi Godrej

5

Food & Beverages

5%

2%

Feroz Allana

Feroz Allana

6

Media & Entertainment

5%

6%

Subhash Chandra

Subash Chandra

7

Jewelry

4%

2%

Rajesh Mehta

TS Kalyanaraman

8

Healthcare

4%

3%

Malvinder Singh

BR Shetty

9

Energy

4%

4%

Mukesh Ambani

Mukesh Ambani

10

Technology

4%

3%

Azim Premji

Azim Premji

Source: Hurun India Rich List. For more details visit www.hurun.net

 

The biggest gain registered during the compilation of the Hurun Indian rich List 2014 was a 258% increase by P V Ramprasad Reddy founder of Aurobindo Pharma whose share price was up 428% from last year, thanks to the positive market sentiment for the pharmaceutical sectors.

 

Table: Hurun India Rich List 2014 – Biggest Gainers

 

Change in Wealth

Name

City

Company

Industry

258%

PV Ramaprasad Reddy

Hyderabad

Aurobindo Pharma

Pharmaceuticals

209%

Onkar Kanwar

Gurgaon

Apollo Tyres

Manufacturing

206%

Virendra Mhaiskar

Mumbai

IRB Infra

Infrastructure

196%

Baba Kalyani

Pune

Bharat Forge

Manufacturing

167%

Rajju Shroff

Mumbai

United Phosphorus

Manufacturing


Most Valuable Companies

With a valuation of circa INR 6 lakh crores, Tata Sons is the most valuable company in India. It is note worthy that Tata Sons’ valuation is at least twice as that of Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance at INR 3,25,849 Crores (contributing 9.13% weight to the NIFTY index), followed by IT major Infosys with INR 2,09,251 Crores and Sun Pharmaceutical INR 1,65,527 Crores.

 

Youngest billionaires

  • At 62, the average age of the Hurun India Rich List 2014 is one year younger than last year, with 6 below the age of 40.

  • The youngest person on the list is Rajiv Poddar (29), a third generation member of the Poddar family that controlled the Siyaram textile brand under Balakrishna  Industries. The company founded in 1960, was later split into 3      entities between the founding brothers families. Rajiv joined his father Arvind Poddar in managing the flagship Balakrishna Industries.

  • The oldest is Basant Kumar Birla of Century Textiles, at 93 years.



Only 3% women

Men dominate the Hurun India Rich List 2014, with just 3% women, down from 4% as per last years list. Steel baroness Savitri Jindal (64) of OP Jindal Group, is the richest woman with a personal fortune pegged at INR 35,500 Crore, taking her one place down to 13th. She is followed by Indu Jain (77) at INR12,500 Crores. The only self made women entrepreneur is Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw (61) of Biocon, with a net worth of INR 6,500 Crores, up 41% from last year, which was just enough to keep her in the Top 100.

 

Table: Hurun India Rich List 2014 – Richest Women in India


Name

Wealth

(INR Crore)

%Change

Location

Age

Industry

1

Savitri Jindal   & Family

35,500

10%

Hisar

64

Steel

2

Indu Jain

12,500

1%

New Delhi

77

Media &   Entertainment

3

Mallika Srinivasan

7,200

3%

Chennai

55

Manufacturing

4

Anu Aga

6,800

33%

Pune

72

Energy

5

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

6,500

41%

Bangalore

61

Pharmaceuticals

6

Madhu Kapur

3,300

New

Mumbai

51

Financial Services

7

Shobhana Bhartia

3,300

3%

New Delhi

57

Media &   Entertainment

Source: Hurun India Rich List. For more details visit www.hurun.net

 


 

Highest new entries.

 

Of the 80 new faces on this year’s list, 20 jumped straight into the Top 100. Nirav Modi of, 43, of Fire Star Diamonds in the youngest new entrant in the Hurun India Rich List 2014 - Top100.

 

Industry analysis

 

The industries that added the most number of new millionaires to the list were Manufacturing, Food & beverage &Jewellery


Tyres

 

The fastest growth recorded by any industry on the list was a 115% increase by the Tyre sector, largely on the back of reduction in price levels of raw material (Rubber & Crude). Apollo Tyres share prices were up 200% from last year, while MRF share prices were up 115% during the same period.


Manufacturing

 

Almost 1/5thof the Hurun India Rich List 2014 belonged to the manufacturing sector; the fastest riser is Babakalyani (65), of Bharat Forge, who rose up the list by 48 places, registering a growth in net worth of circa 200%. The biggest fall in rank was witnessed by Nikhil & Bhavesh Gandhi of Pipavav Defense & Off Shore Engineering, falling 92 places to 219. Average wealth of HNIs in the Manufacturing sector was INR 10,899 Crores, with Maharashtra leading as the preferred hub for manufacturing followed by Delhi.

 

 

Pharmaceuticals

 

The Pharma sector had a very good year, with wealth of this sector rising at an average of 60%. The biggest gainer in the 2014 Hurun India Rich List is from the Pharma sector - P V Ramaprasad Reddy of Aurobindo Pharma who registering an increase of 260% in net worth. The majority of the Pharma millionaires hailed from Maharashtra, followed by Andhra Pradesh & Gujarat. It may be noted that all HNIs of the Pharma sector continue to reside in & do business from India.


 

Real estate

 

19 individuals on the Hurun India Rich List 2014 derived their wealth from the Real estate sector, and are an average 9 years younger than those in the Pharma sector. This sector saw an average increase in wealth of 22% from last year. Irfaan Razack (61), of Prestige Estates, saw his wealth grow by 63% during the period. In the real estate sector, Hurun India Rich List 2014 has 4 entrants and a total of 7 dollar billionaires. Kamal Khetan(42), of Sunteck Realtors is the youngest real estate tycoon on the list.


TMT

 

The TMT sector has produced 14 individuals in the Hurun India Rich List 2014. None witnessed a decline in wealth. With seven individuals, Bangalore seems to be the technology hub & 85% of these companies are listed. It is interesting to note that all the millionaires from IT sector are self made.

 

 

Other markets.

 

·       The BSE Sensex grew 50% and NSE Nifty 49% over the last year when the stock markets demonstrated a sluggish performance

·       The BSE Automotive Index has grown by 68%, with the leading gainer being Motherson Sumi Systems which has gained 160%, outperforming the index by 2.4 times and owned by Vivek Chaand Sehgal, 58, ranked 38 in Hurun India Rich List 2014.

·       The BSE Bankex Index has grown by 63%, with the leading gainer being Yes Bank, which gained 84%, outperforming the index by 1.3 times and owned by Rana Kapoor, 57, at rank 148.

·       The BSE Metal Index has grown by 88%, with the leading gainer being Tata Steel owned by Tata Sons, which has gained 165%, outperforming the index by 2 times.

·       The BSE FMCG Index has grown by 11%, with the leading gainer being Marico which has gained 32%, outperforming the index by 3 times and owned by Harsh Mariwala, 63, ranked 50 with a net worth of INR 11,590 Crores

·       The BSE Healthcare Index has grown by 45%, with the leading gainer being Ranbaxy Labs which gained 115%, outperforming the index by 2.55 times – a situation caused by acquisition offer from Sun Pharma owned by the Pharma King, Dilip Shangvi.

·       The BSE Capital Goods Index has grown by 117%, with the leading gainer being Suzlon Industries which gained 259%, outperforming the index by 2.21 times and is owned by Tulsi Tanti, 57, with a networth of INR 4280 crores at rank 57.

 

This year’s Hurun Rich List reveals some interesting nuggets of information.

  • The Indian stock exchanges were the preferred place to list followed by London.

  • Brij Bushan Singal of Bushan Steel saw his wealth drop 80%. As news of a credit downgrade by rating agency CARE got out, stocks in Bushan steel tanked over 80% as a result of investor panic on news that institutional investors were dumping shares

  • Neeraj Singal, Managing Director of Bushan steel was arrested by the CBI, on charges of bribing a Syndicate bank official.

  • Serial investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala saw his net worth increase 38% from last year to INR 8,200 Crore

  • Technology major Infosys has produced 4 billionaires and 5 entrants on the list, more than any other company, led by Narayana Murthy, S Gopalakrishnan, Nandan Nilekani, K Dinesh&SD Shibulal.

  • India's online retailer Flipkart has raised USD 1 Bn, valuing the 7 year old internet startup at an enormous USD 7 Bn. Unrelated founders Sachin & Binny Bansaal share a combined net worth of INR 7800 Crore i.e.  USD 1.3 Bn (Circa 20% of Flipkart)


Stats: Record Highs

Cut-off to make list in 2014 is same as last year at INR 1800 Cr, with a record high of 230 individuals up from 141 last year (2013) and 100 the year before (2012).

 

The total wealth of India’s Top 100 in 2014 increased 31% to INR 20,95,300 Crores, up INR 5,00,938 Crores.

 

The number of dollar billionaires has jumped to a record high too, with 109 individuals, up 46 from last year and 50 two years ago.

 

 

Year

Cut-off INR Cr

No. of

people on list

No. of

US$ billionaires

2012

1600

100

59

2013

1800

141

63

2014

1800

230

109

Source: The Hurun Research Institute 2014


 

 

Cut-off (in INR Cr)

 


2014INR   Cr

2013INR   Cr

2012INR   Cr

Top 10

44,000

46,600

30,780

Top 50

11,500

7,600

5,940

Top 100

6,500

3,800

1,620

Source: The Hurun Research Institute 2014


 

 

About Hurun Report

 

Established as a research unit in 1999 by British chartered accountant Rupert Hoogewerf, Hurun Report Inc. has grown on the back of the Hurun China Rich List, a list which ranks the 1000 richest individuals in China. Hurun Report has since 2012 expanded to producing the India Rich List and the Global Rich List, allowing for comparisons between two of the most dynamic economies in the world.

 

Hurun Report is a leading research house and luxury publishing group based in Shanghai, China. Hurun Report Inc. has a stable of six media titles, including two digital platforms and four print magazines.  Hurun Report has an active conferencing division, with its annual India Rich List launch dinner in November.

 

Hurun Report Inc. also publishes The Schools Guide Series, Wings & Water and Horse & Polo,

 

The Hurun Schools Guide Series is targeted at parents looking to send their children to some of the world’s most prestigious highschools and undergraduate programmes.  Somewhat akin to a ‘Lonely Planet’ of education, the series now covers schools from 10 countries including the UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and Singapore.

 

Wings & Water is for the so-called lion kings of China; those individuals who lead industry and shape opinions. It addresses the needs of those entrepreneurs looking to purchase a jet or yacht, as well as setting out how to maintain these big and costly machines.

 

Horse & Polo provides in-depth coverage about horse related issues including features on Polo, Dressage, Horse Racing, Bloodstock as well as Dogs and Croquet. The magazine is designed to be the glamorous companion for wealthy Chinese with a passion for horses.

 

 

For further information, see www.hurun.net

 

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Hurun India Rich List 2014 -- Top 100

 

 

Rank

Change in Rank

Name

Wealth INR Cr.

Wealth USDm

Change in Wealth

Company

Industry

Age

Residence

1

0

Mukesh Ambani

1,65,000

 27,500

37%

Reliance

Energy

57

Mumbai

2

1

Dilip Shanghvi

 1,29,000

 21,500

43%

Sun Pharma

Pharmaceuticals

58

Mumbai

3

-1

LN Mittal

 97,000

 16,000

-4%

ArcelorMittal

Steel

63

London

4

0

Azim Premji

 86,000

 14,000

12%

Wipro

TMT

69

Bangalore

5

0

Shiv Nadar

 78,000

 13,000

41%

HCL

TMT

69

New Delhi

6

New

SP Hinduja & family

 72,000

 12,000

New

Hinduja Group

Manufacturing

80

London

7

1

Pallonji Mistry

 63,000

 10,500

24%

Tata Sons

Engineering & Construction

85

Mumbai

8

-2

Kumara Mangalam Birla

 62,000

 10,000

16%

Aditya Birla

Manufacturing

47

Mumbai

9

1

Sunil Mittal & Family

 51,000

 8,500

9%

Bharti Airtel

TMT

57

New Delhi

10

12

Gautam Adani

 44,000

 7,300

152%

Adani Enterprises

Infrastructure

52

Ahmedabad

11

0

Anil Ambani

 43,000

 7,100

-5%

ADA Reliance

Infrastructure

54

Mumbai

12

11

Cyrus S Poonawalla

 36,000

 6,000

121%

Serum

Pharmaceuticals

73

Pune

13

-1

Savitri Jindal & Family

 35,500

 5,900

10%

Jindal Steel and Power

Steel

64

Hisar

13

0

Uday Kotak

 35,500

 5,900

30%

Kotak Mahindra

Financial Services

55

Mumbai

15

-1

Anand Burman & Family

 31,000

 5,100

24%

Dabur

FMCG

62

New Delhi

16

1

Desh Bandhu Gupta

 29,000

 4,800

36%

Lupin

Pharmaceuticals

76

Mumbai

17

-3

Kushal Pal Singh

 28,000

 4,600

12%

DLF

Real estate

83

New Delhi

18

*

Adi Godrej

 27,000

 4,500

*

Godrej

FMCG

72

Mumbai

18

*

Jamshyd Godrej

 27,000

 4,500

*

Godrej

FMCG

72

Mumbai

20

-4

Micky Jagtiani

 26,000

 4,300

11%

Landmark

Multi Brand Retail

63

Dubai

21

-3

Rahul Bajaj

 24,500

 4,100

16%

Bajaj Auto

Automobile

76

Pune

22

-2

Brijmohan Lall Munjal & Family

 24,000

 4,000

23%

Hero Moto Corp

Automobile

91

Ludhiana

23

*

Ravi Ruia

 23,000

 3,800

*

Essar

Energy

65

Mumbai

23

*

Shashi Ruia

 23,000

 3,800

*

Essar

Energy

70

Mumbai

25

-7

Anil Agarwal

 21,000

 3,500

0%

Vedanta Resource

Energy

61

London

26

8

Benu Gopal Bangur

 20,000

 3,300

72%

Shree Cements

Manufacturing

83

Kolkata

26

3

Pankaj Patel

 20,000

 3,300

69%

Cadila Healthcare

Pharmaceuticals

61

Ahmedabad

26

New

Prakash Lohia

 20,000

 3,300

New

Indorama Ventures

Manufacturing

62

London

29

-8

Subhash Chandra

 19,500

 3,200

8%

Zee

Media & Entertainment

63

Mumbai

30

-1

Rajan Raheja

 17,500

 2,900

31%

Hathway Cable

Media & Entertainment

60

Mumbai

30

-4

Yusuf Hamied

 17,500

 2,900

26%

Cipla

Pharmaceuticals

77

Mumbai

32

New

Nitin Sandesara

 17,000

 2,800

New

Sandesara Group

Energy

54

Vadodara

33

25

Chandru Raheja

 16,500

 2,700

151%

Shoppers Stop

Multi Brand Retail

74

Mumbai

33

25

Vikram Lal

 16,500

 2,700

159%

Eicher Motors

Automobile

72

New   Delhi

35

-12

Feroz Allana

 15,500

 2,600

-7%

IFFCO

Food & Beverages

-

Sharjah

36

New

Romesh T Wadhwani

 15,000

 2,500

New

Symphony Technology

TMT

67

Palo Alto

37

New

Madhukar Parekh

 14,500

 2,400

New

Pidilite

Manufacturing

68

Mumbai

38

-9

GV Prasad

 14,000

 2,300

16%

Dr. Reddy's Lab

Pharmaceuticals

73

Hyderabad

38

20

Vivek Chaand Sehgal

 14,000

 2,300

122%

Motherson Sumi System

Manufacturing

58

New Delhi

40

14

Gautam Thapar

 13,500

 2,200

99%

Crompton Greaves

Manufacturing

53

New Delhi

40

56

PV Ramaprasad Reddy

 13,500

 2,200

258%

Aurobindo Pharma

Pharmaceuticals

56

Hyderabad

42

-6

Ashwin Dani

 13,000

 2,200

24%

Asian Paints

Manufacturing

72

Mumbai

42

-17

Kalanithi Maran

 13,000

 2,200

-16%

Sun Network

Media & Entertainment

49

Chennai

42

New

Kavitark Ram Shriram

 13,000

 2,200

New

Google

TMT

58

Menlo Park

45

-16

Indu Jain

 12,500

 2,100

1%

Bennett Coleman

Media & Entertainment

77

New Delhi

45

*

Rishad Naoroji

 12,500

 2,100

*

Godrej

FMCG

63

Mumbai

45

New

Vijay Chauhan & Family

 12,500

 2,100

New

Parle Products

Food & Beverages

78

Mumbai

48

48

Baba Kalyani

 12,000

 2,000

196%

Bharat Forge

Manufacturing

65

Pune

49

-9

Harsh Mariwala

 11,500

 1,900

17%

Marico

FMCG

63

Mumbai

49

-20

MA Yousufali

 11,500

 1,900

-5%

Emke

Multi Brand Retail

58

Abu Dhabi

49

1

Murali Divi

 11,500

 1,900

45%

Divi's Lab

Pharmaceuticals

62

Hyderabad

49

New

Ravi Jaipuria

 11,500

 1,900

New

RJ Corp

Manufacturing

59

New Delhi

53

-17

NR Narayana Murthy

 11,000

 1,800

7%

Infosys

TMT

68

Bangalore

53

5

Qimat Rai Gupta

 11,000

 1,800

81%

Havells India

Manufacturing

77

New Delhi

53

-19

Venugopal Dhoot

 11,000

 1,800

-5%

Videocon

Energy

63

Mumbai

53

New

Vinod Khosla

 11,000

 1,800

New

Khosla Ventures

Investments

59

Portola Valley

57

-17

Ajay Piramal

 10,500

 1,700

13%

Piramal Enterprise

Pharmaceuticals

59

Mumbai

58

-8

Glenn Saldanha & Family

 10,000

 1,700

25%

Glenmark  Pharma

Pharmaceuticals

76

Mumbai

58

6

Rajesh Mehta

 10,000

 1,700

85%

Rajesh Exporters

Jewellery

49

Bangalore

60

-10

Abhay Vakil

 9,900

 1,600

29%

Asian Paints

Manufacturing

63

Mumbai

60

-14

Ashwin Choksi

 9,900

 1,600

23%

Asian Paints

Manufacturing

71

Mumbai

60

New

Nirav Modi

 9,900

 1,600

New

Firestar Diamonds

Jewellery

43

Mumbai

60

New

Prithviraj Kothari

 9,900

 1,600

New

RSBL

Jewellery

49

Mumbai

64

*

Malvinder Singh

 9,800

 1,600

*

Fortis Healthcare

Healthcare

38

New Delhi

64

*

Shivinder Singh

 9,800

 1,600

*

Fortis Healthcare

Healthcare

36

New Delhi

66

New

Manoj Bhargava

 9,600

 1,600

New

5 Hour Energy

Food & Beverages

61

Farmington Hills

66

-30

Ravi Pillai

 9,600

 1,600

-6%

Ravi Pillai Group

Real estate

64

Dubai

68

New

Samprada Singh

 9,300

 1,500

New

Alkem Laboratories

Pharmaceuticals

88

Mumbai

69

-15

GM Rao

 9,200

 1,500

27%

GMR

Infrastructure

64

Bangalore

70

-24

Kapil & Rahul Bhatia

 9,100

 1,500

6%

Interglobe Enterprise

Aviation

82/54

New Delhi

71

New

Ratan Tata­

 9,000

 1,500

New

Tata Sons

Manufacturing

77

Mumbai

71

New

Suhail Rizvi

 9,000

 1,500

New

Rizvi Traverse Capital

TMT

49

San Francisco

71

-28

Sunny Varkey

 9,000

 1,500

1%

Gems Education

Other Services

57

Dubai

71

New

Swraj Paul

 9,000

 1,500

New

Caparo Group

Manufacturing

83

London

75

New

Aloke Lohia

 8,900

 1,500

New

Indorama Ventures

Manufacturing

56

Bangkok

75

-21

Mangal Prabhat Lodha

 8,900

 1,500

25%

Lodha Group

Real estate

58

Mumbai

77

-31

S Gopalakrishnan

 8,800

 1,500

6%

Infosys

TMT

59

Bangalore

78

-32

Nandan Nilekani

 8,600

 1,400

3%

Infosys

TMT

59

Bangalore

78

New

Sanjay Singal

 8,600

 1,400

New

Bhushan Power & Steel

Steel

55

New Delhi

80

-16

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala

 8,200

 1,400

38%

Rare Enterprises

Investments

54

Mumbai

81

-17

Mofatraj Munot

 8,000

 1,300

23%

Kalpataru Group

Real estate

70

Mumbai

81

15

Sanjiv Goenka

 8,000

 1,300

102%

Spencer Retail

Multi Brand Retail

53

Kolkata

83

-19

Niranjan Hiranandani

 7,900

 1,300

44%

Hiranandani Group

Real estate

64

Mumbai

83

2

VG Siddhartha

 7,900

 1,300

67%

Mindtree

TMT

55

Bangalore

85

-14

BR Shetty

 7,800

 1,300

53%

NMC Group

Healthcare

72

Abu Dhabi

85

New

Krishnan Ganesh

 7,800

 1,300

New

IT&T

Investments

52

Bangalore

85

New

Nusli Wadia

 7,800

 1,300

New

Britannia

FMCG

70

Mumbai

88

*

Samir Mehta

 7,600

 1,300

*

Torrent Pharma

Pharmaceuticals

51

Ahmedabad

88

*

Sudhir Mehta

 7,600

 1,300

*

Torrent Pharma

Pharmaceuticals

60

Ahmedabad

90

-19

Hemendra Kothari

 7,400

 1,200

37%

DSP BlackRock

Investments

68

Mumbai

91

5

Devendra Kumar Jain

 7,200

 1,200

80%

Gujarat Flourochemicals

Manufacturing

85

New Delhi

91

-6

Irfan Razack

 7,200

 1,200

63%

Prestige Estate Projects

Real estate

61

Bangalore

91

-37

Mallika Srinivasan

 7,200

 1,200

3%

TAFE

Manufacturing

55

Chennai

94

-44

TS Kalyanaraman

 7,100

 1,200

New

Kalyan Jewellers

Jewellery

67

Thrissur

94

-23

Vikas Oberoi

 7,100

 1,200

39%

Oberoi Realty

Real estate

44

Mumbai

96

-11

AMM Velayyan & Family

 7,000

 1,200

61%

Carborundum Universal

Abrasives

61

Chennai

97

-26

Anu Aga

 6,800

 1,100

33%

Thermax

Energy

72

Pune

97

17

Rajju Shroff

 6,800

 1,100

167%

United Phosphorus

Manufacturing

77

Mumbai

99

28

Lachman Das Mittal

 6,600

 1,100

New

Sonalika

Manufacturing

79

Hoshiarpur

100

-15

Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

 6,500

 1,100

41%

Biocon

Pharmaceuticals

61

Bangalore