Cyrus Mistry Loved Vada Pav & Pav Bhaji From Street Food Eateries

by Sanjana Shenoy
Cyrus Mistry Loved Vada Pav & Pav Bhaji From Street Food Eateries

Cyrus Mistry, the former head of Tata Sons was killed in an unfortunate high-speed car crash in Maharashtra’s Pahalgam district on September 4. He was travelling with Mumbai’s leading gynaecologist Dr Anahita Pandole and her husband Darius Pandole, who are battling for their lives in the ICU. As India mourns Mistry’s sudden death, his former bureaucrat Ganesh Jagtap spilt the beans on the late businessman’s fond food and travel memories.

Cyrus Mistry Loved Vada Pav & Pav Bhaji

Former bureaucrat Ganesh Jagtap revealed to The Week, that the late Cyrus Mistry loved road trips and Maharashtrian street food. The former head honcho of Tata Sons relished roadside food like vada pav, pav bhaji and chai. The duo often went on road trips in Gujarat and Maharashtra where they bonded over delicious street food. Jagtap further revealed that despite having an ample number of air travel options, Mistry always preferred road travel.

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He Was Known For His Humility & Simplicity

He drew attention to Cyrus Mistry’s down-to-earth attitude and simplicity, which he described as his most striking characteristics. Mistry often enquired about employees’ health and their overall well-being. Jagtap also stated to The Week that he would leave his office to even humbly drop him in his car. Businessman Harsh Goenka also hailed Cyrus Mistry as a ‘ gentleman and man of substance’.