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He is cut of the mold of a Larry Ellison or Richard Branson.Under California law, his probation was liable to be revoked, but his legal team fought on.After two years of hearing delays and arguments, a judge in July agreed with the prosecutor to revoke probation.“In a typical Indian household, sons never leave their parents,” he wrote in a mogul how-to book called . named him one America's "most eligible bachelors.” Oprah Winfrey interviewed him on a segment of her show she called “Millionaire Moguls.”By the time he sold Blue Lithium, Chahal had gained entree into the rarefied world of San Francisco’s young capitalists with a Lamborghini (later, a Bentley), a penthouse and an entourage.“They stay with them even after marrying.” After discarding his turban—against his parents’ wishes—and hitting the gym to shed his teenage chubbiness, he emerged with male-model looks. With all those accoutrements, he then started two more companies, first an online payment system called g-Wallet, and then another digital advertising concern called Radium One—his first to attract major venture capitalist backers.