Allan is the son of an engineer and the founder of an Indian IT company.
He has a degree in chemical engineering and he has a bachelor’s degree in physics from Oxford University.
He has been in business for a long time and he is one of the richest men in India.
The family’s fortunes started in the 1980s and grew rapidly in the years that followed.
He was one of India’s most successful businessmen with a huge empire.
He owned more than 30 companies, including the Tata group, one of Europe’s biggest manufacturers of high-end automobiles.
He is also a shareholder in the Hindustan Unilever, the largest food company in the country.
The company has a huge impact on the lives of millions of people in India, particularly those living in the capital, New Delhi.
In the late 1990s, Allan was arrested in a tax evasion case and later jailed.
He had been a major beneficiary of the country’s economic boom.
But now, in 2017, his fortunes are on the wane.
The government has been trying to squeeze him ever since.
He now lives in a flat with his wife and two children.
He lives in Mumbai, and does not work, but does take care of his elderly mother, his father and his children.
He is not an active campaigner for change.
He says that he is happy in the Indian business world, where he has enjoyed a good life.
But he feels like he is living in a parallel universe where politics and economic interests are not always aligned.