Vijay Mallya All Set For His 3rd Marriage: To Tie The Knot With Girlfriend Pinky Lalwani

Vijay Mallya All Set For His 3rd Marriage: To Tie The Knot With Girlfriend Pinky Lalwani

Liquor Baron of India, Vijay Mallya is all set to get hitched to longtime girlfriend Pinky Lalwani. This will be the third marriage of the 62-year-old!

Vijay Mallya is getting married! Yet Again!

This will be consequently the third marriage of the liquor baron of India. Vijay Mallya who is currently fugitive and is staying in London is taking the nuptial plunge with longtime girlfriend Pinky Lalwani.

Mallya’s first wife was Sameera Tyabjee and the second wife is Rekha. Rekha Mallya is a childhood friend of Vijay Mallya and is still legally hitched to him. He has three kids from his previous marriages, a son named Siddharth and two daughters, Leanna and Tanya.

Who is Vijay Mallya’s girlfriend – Pinky Lalwani?

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Pinky Lalwani, who is much younger to Mallya, met him when she was hired for the now-defunct Kingfisher airlines in 2011. The duo are in the dating scenario for a while now. They recently celebrated the third anniversary of their relationship. According to multiple media reports, Lalwani has been spotted frequently with Mallya’s mother at various events and has always been in good terms with his family. She has reportedly stood by his side despite their age difference and the bankruptcy scandal.

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Mallya’s extradition hearing is currently going on in London. He has been in the U.K. From Marc, 2016. The 62-year-old is on trial at the Westminster Magistrates’ Court to rule if he can be extradited to India. This will be to face charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to around Rs. 9,000 crores, is on bail until April 2.

Mallya was arrested by Scotland Yard on an extradition warrant in April 2017. Since then, he is out on bail on a bond worth 650,000 pounds. Chief Magistrate Arbuthnot is expected to pronounce her verdict in the case by May this year. If she rules in favor of the Indian government, the UK home secretary will have two months to sign Mallya’s extradition order. However, both sides will have the chance to appeal to higher courts in the UK against the chief magistrate’s verdict.