Where the Rich are Investing 2018

Zorawar Kalra

For the former host of Masterchef India and the founder of Massive Restaurants, the secret to his success in investing is the 'fire and forget' philosophy

Vishal koul

“We have a ‘fire and forget’ investment philosophy. We choose something and leave it untouched for a long time,” says restaurateur Zorawar Kalra and former host of MasterChef India, who has invested 30% of his wealth in equities. “I don’t have time to monitor my stock portfolio on a monthly or a weekly basis. So, I invest in something and then forget about it for 10 years. And, for that long, nothing gives you better return than equity,” he says.