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6 July 1973
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Occupation||Managing Director GoAir and Bombay Dyeing|
|Parents||Nusli Wadia (father)
Maureen Wadia (mother)
|Relatives||Ness Wadia (brother)
Neville Wadia (grand father)
Dina Jinnah (grand mother)
Muhammad Ali Jinnah (great-grand father)
Maryam Jinnah (great-grand mother)
Jehangir Wadia (Gujarati: જહાંઞીર વાડિયા) (born 6 July 1973), also known as Jeh Wadia, is an Indian business magnate belonging to the Wadia family. He is the son of textile and real estate tycoon Nusli Wadia and Maureen Wadia. He is the great-grandson of Muhammad Ali Jinnah and younger brother of Ness Wadia. The World Economic Forum elected him as a Young Global leader in the year 2008.
Wadia appeared in the 2009 drama-documentary The Age of Stupid.
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- "Bombay Dyeing Management: Jeh elevated, Ness steps down". The Times of India. March 30, 2011. Retrieved 2011-05-02.
- Wadia Family at scribd.com, accessed 11 March 2012
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