Today 500 & 1000 rupee notes are just papers without any face value. Now news are roaming around, money found abandoned in dust bin, rivers etc. What if you get a bag of 1000 rupee notes with value 5 Crore rupees at your garage, door step, Veranda etc. I won't say we should remit the whole money in nearby bank or police station. After all we all are humans :). But what about the rest money?
If I say, I take off the easy option to remit money at bank, what else can you do that gives benefit to Indian citizens (You can also include your friends and relatives) with this huge amount, given a short period till December 31st? Also divide the money for each allotments to sum up to 5 crore. You can take 2.5 lakh, of course.
Waiting for 5 answers to choose one best and impressive reply as the answer :)
Now I remember one interesting Tamil movie Arunachalam of Rajnikanth in the 1990s, where the actor is asked to spend 30 crores in 30 days to inherit his father's money worth 3000 Crore. A certain restrictions are made how not to spend those 30 crores.
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|I liked the concept of modern Robinhood. I just thought of a film with same idea. Thought if a poor person with a lot of financial problems, got this money at that particular night when Modi made the notes invalid. We can make the movie with a good social message - Sandhya Rani - 4 years ago|
|Yes Usha Ji, afterall we are humans with a lot of financial troubles. 5 crore is a big money, and if we get such a big amount at doorstep a normal human being will always think, what we can keep. It's a human trait and can't be blamed off. In my case, I may give majority of that money to hospital bills, as such needs can never be postponed. Even if our money can bring back 10 persons back to life, we are helping 10 families of course - Sandhya Rani - 4 years ago|
|Very true Sandhya Ji. - usha manohar - 4 years ago|
|Just check your doorstep. I have already sent you one after reading your post - Sandhya Rani - 4 years ago|
|There is one problem, I dont think jwellery shop will accept your money. Afterall they are now sweating to hide their own money :) - Sandhya Rani - 4 years ago|
|hihihihihi,... thnks... i am still waiting .. may be someone took it during transit :P - Divya - 4 years ago|