Startup India campaign is in its full blow. While some people are welcoming the government policies, many of them are opposing as well. Entrepreneurship is not a new concept for us, but the way people have started considering it, is totally new. More people than ever are now-a-days willing to be entrepreneur and it is a good sign for our economy.
However, entrepreneurship is not an easy feat and if you are the one, you must have realized it by now. From overnight success to the super flop ideas, everything can come in your way to entrepreneurship and movies can teach you a lot about it, especially when they are based on real entrepreneurs. So here are Top 10 entrepreneurship movies based on real stories that you must see once if you are an entrepreneur or willing to be one. Who knows, you might get your next big idea or the inspiration you were always finding.
1. The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
Story of Chris Gardner, a struggling salesman decides to change his life when his wife breaks up with him due to his poor condition. This movie beautifully shows how Chris fights all the traumatizing odds of life and becomes rich as he has to take responsibility of his son.
2. Candyman (2010)
Story of David Klein, the American who invented Jelly Belly beans. This documentary shows how he launched the product and how he was cheated to the poverty due to his good nature.
3. Guru (2007)
Story of Dhirubhai Ambani, the Indian entrepreneur who founded India’s biggest cotton industry despite unfavorable rules by the government. Guru shows how an entrepreneur can grow himself by helping people.
4. Jobs (2013)
Inspiring story of Steve Jobs depicting how he dropped out of college, dreamed of being an artist and turned his passion into one of the most creative and commendable tech company in the world.
5. Pirates of Silicon Valley (1999)
The story of Microsoft and Apple when they were in their early stages changing the world. Pirates of Silicon Valley shows how Steve Jobs and Bill Gates chased each other’s business strategy and ended up having world’s biggest IT companies to themselves.
6. Rogue Trader (1999)
The story of Nick Leeson, an Ambitious investment broker who singlehandedly bankrupted one of the oldest and most important banks in Britain. Rogue Trader brilliantly shows his brilliant business mind that he could keep cool under any level of stress.
7. The Aviator (2004)
The story of Howard Hughes, a legendary director and aviator who emerged as the aviation industry giant in 90s. The Aviator shows his struggle and progress biopic in the early years of his life, from the late 1920s to the mid-1940s, when he fell victim to obsessive compulsive disorder.
8. The Social Network (2010)
The story of Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s owner & CEO. The Social Network shows how Zuckerberg established Facebook and handled the situation when he was later sued by two brothers and a squeezed out co-founder claimed that Mark stole their idea. This is a must watch for all the Facebook lovers as well.
9. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
The story of Jordan Belfort, an American stock-broker who chased the high life by implementing malicious practices and cheating people in Wall Street. The Wolf of Wall Street shows how he got wealthy and how he fell by abusing the market with crime corruption and government.
10. Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988)
The story of Preston Tucker, the visionary who felt the automobile industry giants of his time were not brilliant enough to rule the market and decided to go against them to build his own sort of cars. However, the big players of the industry decided to trick him with false charges and stop him from launching his cars.
All these 10 stories are simply brilliant and worth watching at least for some life lessons and a must if you are or wannabe an entrepreneur. Are you starting up and have the spirit that it takes? If yes, then our fashion apparels are for you. Have a look at our brave and bold designer outfits that perfectly suit your mindset!