Prafull Billore is a young boy from Indore who dreamed of receiving an MBA degree, but his faith brought him success after dropping out of the course and becoming MBA Chaiwala.
Meet the 28-year-old Uppma Virdi, who has broken all stereotypes with her business venture called Chai Walli. The never-ending list of achievements of Uppma is proof that choosing unconventional professions can also lead to a successful career.
Ratan Tata is a charismatic businessman whose leadership style and bold decisions helped the Tata group to revolutionize the Indian automobile and IT markets.
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.
Byju Raveendran has become a symbol of innovation by bringing technology, which was earlier considered to be bad for students, to the sphere of education and changing the way of learning in India.
Sudha Murthy is an author, a philanthropist, a teacher, and whatnot. She believes in giving it back to society with utmost sincerity. She is also the woman behind Infosys.
Ever heard a story that has more failures than the amount of success? Sandeep Maheshwari motivated the youth of the country through his inspiring story of defeat to victory.
A bright student who had a problem with English took the challenge of fighting with the odds of life. Story of Vijay Shekhar Sharma taught how to become a successful entrepreneur!
Rahil Mohammad is one of the youngest app developers who is trying to bring a positive change in society and contributing to the journey of building a better India through his work.
Priyanshu Ratnakar hailing from a remote village of Bihar has achieved tremendous success while going through the hardships of life. His passion for computer technologies paved the way for his startup Protocol X to secure the world from cyber-attacks.