Whenever you look at any potential merger or acquisition, you look at the potential to create value for your shareholders.
I am not comfortable at all with this tag of being dubbed 'the richest Indian' and all the attention that follows for the reason.
If a company is not doing well, it doesn't necessarily mean that it is not a good company.
Money is the outcome of my work and is incidental.
I have targets for business achievements; I do not have targets for acquisitions. Because if you have targets for acquisitions, you end up making compromises in terms of valuations, and you buy things because you have a target, and it is not good for business.