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Safe Ground
 
They are well-known names in show biz but when it comes to investments, most of these celebs steer clear of the risky stockmarket and prefer real estate.
 

YUDHISHTIR URS, actor

"You have to trust your gut instincts while investing. I don't put my money in mutual funds because the interest is minimal and the waiting period too long. I prefer real estate, especially in Bangalore. In the future I would like to invest in education bonds."

PUJA NAYYAR, fashion designer

"I really don't know much about investment and am not good at long-term planning, so I have chartered accountants who take care of my money. It is important to have people whom you can trust with your funds." .

INDRANI DASGUPTA, model

"I invest in Public Provident Fund, fixed deposits in banks, mutual funds and in Post Office deposits. These are safer options than the ever fluctuating stockmarket."

SHAKTI ANAND, TV actor

"I am not into stocks and shares. Though I invest in mutual funds, I think the best option is real estate. I keep a close watch on commercial properties in Mumbai and Delhi. Constant updates and feedbacks are essential so I take advice from experts in the field."

 

 

 

.-Compiled by Geetika Sasan Bhandari

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