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Their businesses have changed and so have they. Some lost weight, others junked their wardrobe. Here's a look at how the leading men of Indian Inc have changed in the last two decades.

Always the bon vivant, Vijay Mallya's makeover goes beyond just business or for that matter even horses.
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The Safari suit and the Chetak scooter were symbols of middle class success in India in the 90s. Bajaj Group Chairman Rahul Bajaj gave up both and donned kurtas to make a career in politics.
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When a foreign investor mocked Anil Ambani about his weight problem, the man's fight against flab began. Today, he is probably the only marathon running billionaire in India.
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Ageing gracefully: A tie, a suit and lots of confidence, Ratan Tata shows how it is done.
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But for the greys and a liitle extra facial flab, Jet Airways' Naresh Goyal might have stepped out of a time warp.
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Just 28, a shy, soft-spoken Kumar Mangalam Birla took over his father's business in 1995. Today, he heads a $29-billion empire but his taste in ties hasn't changed much.