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The accident made headlines and ironically, took place on Delhi's BRT Corridor, meant to segregate diverse vehicles and the people in them.Rishi wasn't the only reckless driver in a luxury car on the city's roads.A 2007 survey conducted by Indicus Analytics revealed that Delhi was home to the maximum number of millionaires in the country - a whopping 1.38 lakh Delhiites earn more than a million rupees every year. Golfer Abhyaudya Sanghi, 25, scion of a business family that owns one of Delhi's biggest car dealerships, says of the new culture of ostentatious display: "Unless you go out in the best cars to the best places, dressed in the biggest designer labels, you feel like you're not respected," he says. Consider the case of Delnaz Ahmed, 18, from a typical Delhi business family that owns franchises of a popular designer label.Delnaz (name changed on request) has a singular pursuit these days: to make herself look the best she can, cost be damned.Almost always, when two worlds collide, it doesn't make a pretty sight.Last fortnight, Anukool Rishi, the 27-year-old son of a real estate tycoon and Kishan Lal, a 55-year-old cyclist, were killed when Rishi drove his Lamborghini into Lal.
Increasing displays of luxury cars, paying of enormous club bills, flaunting designer labels and VIP licence plates could be the tip of proverbial iceberg: Delhi's new flamboyance indicates that attitudes towards spending are undergoing a metamorphosis in the power-hungry city.Recently, at Lap, a premier Delhi club, a landed politician's son from Ghaziabad was overheard declaring that he saw "no difference in Delhi's roads post the CWG makeover." When asked how that was possible, he replied in crude English: "When the cars are big and drive almost over the rest of the city, it is difficult to see what's on the ground." Unfortunately, many times, that metaphor is too close to real life.Ask the Rishi and Lal families.'You need to stand out to impress'Abhyudaya Sanghi, 25Amateur Golfer Abhyudaya Sanghi is a 25-year-old amateur golfer, who lives in Golf Links, Delhi.Till the onset of 2000s, a Porsche on the road turned heads - now the owner of Prince Paan, a paanshop in GK, has a fleet of fancy cars as do the host of unknown rich who frequent the growing number of nightclubs in the city.Last year, Kuki, a Delhi club hosted a special electronic music night where having a German passport or flashing your Mercedes, Jaguar or Porsche keys could get you free entry and high-end alcohol on the house.
People who have the money to buy them but don't know how to drive them - it's a metaphor for what's happening to the city."Writer Shourya Bali, 24, recalls a classmate's family coming into wealth almost over-night when he was studying at Delhi Public School, Mathura Road.