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01-22-2013, 04:41 PM #1
Even if I don't have money, I don't feel financially insecure: Avinash Sachdev
Avinash Sachdev, known for his character of Dev Purohit in Choti Bahu on Zee TV, considers working for shows that measure quality over quantity. He is a keen investor in matters of property and always goes in for a good investment. He is such a confident man that he finds himself to be secure even in a financially crunch situation.
In a question answer session, We asks him to detail about his moolah interests.
How important is money to you?
Frankly speaking, money is very important in all aspects of life. Since I am a strong believer in quality of work and not quantity, money, which comes through quality work, is the kind of purchase I get into.
Are you an impulsive buyer?
No, not really. But I like to buy what catches my eyes.
What are the investments that you have made so far?
Till now, I have invested in my flat, two cars. I even have one fashion store in Malad (Mumbai). These have been my investments so far.
What has been your most expensive purchase till date?
The flat in which I stay in.
Are you financially secured?
Yes, I always consider myself to be financially secure so much so that even if I donít have money, I donít feel insecure.
Who handles your expenses?
I handle all my expenses.
What was your first salary like?
I worked as a courier guy for one day for which I was paid Rs. 500.
How much money do you carry every day?
I donít keep a check on the amount of money I carry on a daily basis.
Any advice for wannabe investors?
According to me, one must invest more in land and property because it is an area which doesnít see much of a fluctuation. And one should always prefer investing money outside Mumbai because properties outside Mumbai are more beneficial when it comes to returns.