This paper vents out its anger on the face of savage capitalism that thrives through the cannibalistic instinct. It particularly focuses on the case of one such savage capitalist: Mr. Ajay Piramal, and reflects upon his deeds from the perspective of a self-reflexive account in the context of the biggest financial scam of post-independent India, i.e., the DHFL scam. It interrelates the matter with various human rights concerns, corporate psychology, authoritarian personality, shadow economy etc. In particular, DHFL scam is posed as a case study to understand the contemporary Indian political economy dominated by crony and monopoly capitalism as well as religious fundamentalism. It is a case study of a Indian billionaire, Mr.Ajay Piramal to display the contemporary India's chaosophic cannibalistic savage political economy, which (market fundamentalism) is foreclosed by foregrounding the religious fundamentalism. How can a subject get rid of such inhuman situation?