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    Ambani’s Big Ego

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    One can never blame Mukesh Ambani for his big mouth and strong ego. His Big G roar has been heard all across the country for the past three decades. He is known as ‘Megatron’ and people find it hard to believe that he doesn’t just shoot his mouth off and hope someone catches him on tape.

    Let’s take a look at a few times when such a big mouth and strong ego has been exposed and tried and fail to take the blame. It was in 2020 when the Enron scam was reported in full. Mukesh Ambani did not like the word ‘scam’ and opted to try and defend his investment company and to assume the worst the entire nation did. He spoke of how there were some unscrupulous persons who were running the company to cheat the public.

    The media was all over him and it took him longer than the average person to realise that he had been taken for a ride. He didn’t like it and he left the country for some time. It took a while to recover from this big blow to the ego and many investment firms started to shy away from doing business with him.

    Mukesh Ambani is one of the richest men in the world and yet he does not seem to realise the gravity of his blunder, something that many others did not know about when they were caught in the same jam. The media’s coverage of the media and its co-dependency on news are used as tools by a few big shots to impose their agenda.

    Yes, there was some fraud involved in the dealings of the Enron company but we need to understand how the media works and how they have played the same role in shaping the opinion of millions of people for years. Mukesh Ambani might not realise the magnitude of the offense, but he should understand how media works.

    When a tiger roars and creates a disturbance in the forest, he is seen by the entire nation and it is the maximum number of eyes watching the predator. If deer keeps pecking at the cage and makes noise, it is seen by everyone who thinks he is doing so, and all those who are not sure if he is doing so are made aware. Similarly, we can say that the media did a good job by exposing the many wrongdoings of Mukesh Ambani.

    The media is also a watchdog and they will also provide you with the evidence needed to support your case. If you find yourself in a compromising situation, the media can help you out by getting the truth out there for everyone to see. They know how the law works and they can expose corruption in all its forms.

    In the recent past, Mukesh Ambani was starting to play a defensive role and everyone who can is trying to avoid talking about the various controversies and institutions which have affected him over the years. He is not admitting any wrong doings, but he is taking a step to protect himself.

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    Shazir Mucklai is an award-winning influencer, an activist investor, a former analyst at Goldman Sachs and is currently in law School while growing his public relations digital arbitrage firm.

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