Ficus septica Burm.f., Fl. Indica 226 1768. (syn: Covellia leucantatoma (Poir.) Miq.; Covellia leucopleura (Bl.) Miq.; Covellia radiata (Decne.) Miq.; Covellia rapiformis (Roxb.) Miq.; Covellia stictocarpa Miq.; Covellia venosa (Willd.) Miq.; Cystogyne leucosticta (Spreng.) Gasp.; Ficus brunnea Merr.; Ficus casearia F. Müll. ex Benth.; Ficus didymophylla Warb.; Ficus geminifolia Miq.; Ficus hauilii Blanco; Ficus kaukauensis Hayata; Ficus laxiramea Elmer; Ficus leucantatoma Poir.; Ficus leucopleura Bl.; Ficus leucosticta Spreng.; Ficus linearis Merr.; Ficus oldhamii Hance; Ficus paludosa Perr.; Ficus philippense hort. ex Hérincq; Ficus radiata Decne.; Ficus rapiformis Roxb.; Ficus septica var. cauliflora Corner; Ficus septica var. salicifolia Corner; Ficus stictocarpa (Miq.) Miq.; Ficus venosa Willd.; Ficus verrucosa Vahl);  

Australia (N-Queensland), Taiwan, Ryukyu Isl., Java, Vanuatu, New Guinea,
Laos, Vietnam, peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, Lesser
Sunda Isl., Moluccas, Philippines, Palawan, ?Burma
as per Catalogue of Life

Dattaji Salvi Udyan  Thane

Date: May 1, 2018 … Altitude: about 11 m (36 feet) asl

Ficus lyrata  Warb.

Ficus lyrata that I have seen has rounded leaves. Not pointed.
This could be something else. 

Thanks … you are correct about posted plant being not Ficus lyrata.

I too was not comfortable with F. lyrata for posted plant.

Will wait for someone to help me with the ID.

The gardener has suggested the ID of Ficus septica, and I am convinced with it.