January 01, 2020

Complaint of a Dealer From Ahmedabad

Copy of the Complaint filed by Jignesh Gohel  ( Ahmedabad ) against Kunal Shah ( Kolkata ) 



Kunal Shah has unsettled accounts with some other Dealers as well. As such we caution all the stakeholders in the Unlisted Shares market ,Dealers / Investors to exercise caution in dealing with Kunal Shah ( Kolkata ) ( m +91 9088147796 ,+91 7003070114  ) till he clears his dues towards the Unlisted shares community

From :-

Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal and Vipul Gandhi ( Rajkot )


For the last more than 10 years Rare Indian Shares has worked hard and selflessly  for the growth and smooth working of the Delisted Markets. Rare Indian Shares has a responsibility towards all the participants in the Unlisted Shares Market ( Dealers , Investors , Others )

Although , we all seek to make money but it should , always , be in an honourable way.

All commitments should be met. The motto should be :-

" Pran Jaaye Par Vachan Na Jaaye "

'My Word is My Bond '


Blog Comments 

We are reminded of the great Chandulal Shah( 1898-1975 , birthplace Jamnagar , present Gujarat )who started his glorious career with Bombay Stock Exchange in 1924. Later he moved on to producing films and became one of the biggest names in the film industry. His banners Ranjit Movietone and Ranjit Studios. 

Chandulal Shah , also , dabbled in Silver futures . Once , he took , in single day ,   very large bets on silver futures . Many of his commitments were verbal only. Soon after , Chandulal Shah drove to Poona to spend time at the club and , also ,enjoy  Horse racing. In those days super rich of Bombay spent their weekends at Poona. At the Poona Club Chandulal Shah received a trunk call phone from Mumbai. He was told that his silver bets had gone the opposite way. His huge losses made  him penniless.

Chandulal Shah was advised by his well wishers that he should refuse to admit his unwritten / verbal commitments. But the great man said ," No". Chandulal , also, refused to settle his losses at a a lower amount ( like 50 paise in a rupee ). 

Chandulal Shah paid off his all creditors whether written or unwritten in full by selling even his personal properties . 

Film industry's most powerful man, who once owned a fleet of cars, was reduced to travelling in buses. 

But he did not care He did not owe any one any money. 

He was great man- a larger than life figure.

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