Remo D'Souza, in love with dance, is first a choreographer, and then, a film director. His real struggle-filled experience is a motivational and inspirational tale of success.
Irrfan remained humble and brave throughout his life be it the dream he sacrificed during his early days or the deadly disease he fought against in his final battle.
Jivya Soma Mashe, the man who internationalised the Warli art form that was almost extinct domestically and promoted tribal culture through it while countering life’s challenges.
Rana Daggubati showed the power-packed face of a villain on the silver screen through ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’ in 2015, which enhances his contributions as a producer and entrepreneur in the Indian film industry.
Rashmi Jain is a model of India who started her modeling career after 15 years of marriage and still became a finalist at the modeling event of Haut Monde, Mrs. India Worldwide 2019.
Apart from being a recipient of the Pritzker award, Balkrishna Doshi is one of the most influential architects who often considered as the explorer of low-cost housing in India.
Once aspired to become an engineer is now a renowned artist of an acting world, Mr. Raja Kapse. He is the live example which shows that if Indian talent decides something, nothing can stop him.
Navneet Pathak, a famous Youtuber, dropped out of college to follow his passion through his YouTube channel ‘Chu Chu Ke Funs’. His journey is an example of real life inspirational story.
Building a venture and choosing to pursue art could be hard. The brilliant micro-artist from Andhra Pradesh, Vijaya Mohan Koppineedi, who does not use magnifying equipment for his micro-art, shows what real Indian talent can achieve!
Avinash Kuri’s story is nothing short of a roller coaster, from engineering to job promotion and then leaving it for the love of his life, acting. His journey can be the perfect example when hard work pays off.