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Bollywood and Business are two different sides of same coin, says Milind Gupta

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Mar 20, 2019, 2:11 pm IST
Updated Mar 20, 2019, 2:11 pm IST
Milind said that he would love to produce a film based on business stories like Saif Ali Khan's 'Baazar'.
Milind Gupta.
 Milind Gupta.

Mumbai: In a typical middle-class Indian family, you’d expect a son to get his degree in engineering. Any Indian father would scrape up all his savings for this. Any Indian mother would remind their kid of the hefty investment they have made time and again. The aim here is to give their kid a secure future with a stable pay. Imagine the kid wanting to do something of his own and that to something like producing a film - what follows this is often months of drama. Lucky for Milind, he started young.

His first achievement was selling a set of puzzles he put together with a selection of comics when he was merely a ten year old. Then his school friend bought it for 13 INR. The first breakthrough to becoming a successful entrepreneur happened well-within his school days. Eventually, he came across an online website that offered CPA (cost per action) earning opportunities he felt he could handle and earned a whopping $50,800.03 in two months, approximately Rs 36 lakh.

 

Speaking to this 26-year old, aspiring producer, he reminisces those times and believes in distributing film's also, says, "why not, I never thought of becoming millionaire someday and now getting into glittering business is something which is exciting me."

"Since my Orkut days, I'm totally a social media geek, so I've that connection with internet world - weather connecting people socially or earning money and doing business there. Hence, would love to get into web series business also and produce it someday."

Talking about his interest over films, he says, business is so much in my blood that Bollywood films which I like are also most of them based on business stories like Saif Ali Khan's 'Baazar', Madhur Bhandarkar's 'Corporate', Mani Ratnam's 'Guru', Ranbir Kapoor's 'Rocket Singh: Salesman Of The Year' and etc. Milind says that he would love to produce a film with inspiring message to inspire the youth.

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