‘Karma has a way of fighting back’: Zerodha’s Nithin Kamath explains why he keeps his phone on silent

Nithin Kamath, co-founder of Zerodha, shared some photos from his past on the X platform and wrote how karma was catching up with him. Kamath wrote, “Guess what’s going on” because his phone is constantly on silent due to telemarketing, a result of his previous job making unsolicited calls.

“I spent four years in a call center, making unsolicited calls to people in the United States. I guess Karma has a way of fighting back,” Kamath joked.

Several users responded to Kamath for his honest confession.

A user wrote, “You are so down to earth that you realize Nithin. Very few people have this kind of courage to come out and confess in public.”

Another wrote: “Indeed! The sooner we understand, the better.”

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Some people suggested Nithin Kamath change his phone settings to avoid telemarketing calls.

“If you know the specific times you receive most of these calls…turn off your phone for 1 hour during these peak times…after a few days the calls will decrease significantly…” one user wrote.

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“Same here. But hats off for your honesty. A silent phone is actually a blessing in disguise in my opinion. I appreciate it…” another user wrote.

Recently, Nithin Kamath revealed the serious health crisis he faced in February.

In February, Nithin Kamath informed through his handle X that he had suffered a “mild stroke”.

“About six weeks ago, I had a mild stroke. Dad passed away, poor sleep, exhaustion, dehydration and overwork – all of these could be possible reasons,” Kamath said in his message

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In his X post, he wondered why someone who is fit and takes care of themselves might be concerned. He said his doctor told him he needed to “know when to downshift a little.”

“Slightly broken, but still relying on my treadmill,” his X message ended with a smiley emoticon with two images attached – one on the hospital bed and the other in a gym working out. practice.

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