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While we are all advised to stay at home due to COVID-19 pandemic, here are some movies entrepreneurs must definitely watch.

Whether you are just starting your business or growing your brand, you can learn and get inspired from the plight of these entrepreneurs.

1. Upstart

Upstart is a Netflix original Indian movie. It features a story of a group of friends who want to change the world by establishing a health-tech logistics startup to help the people from the rural area get medicines that they need. It shows their journey from idea to success, and other challenges that a typical startup faces – from juggling personal and entrepreneurship life, getting rejected by investors, to running out of funds.

 

2. The Intern

The intern shows a narrative of a successful female entrepreneur who has a 70-year-old intern for her new age fashion tech startup. The movie shows the struggle of striking a balance between business and family. What makes it unique is the intervention of a 70-year old intern who is struggling to keep up with the advancement of technology.

3. The Pursuit of Happyness

The movie teaches us the value of courage, grit, and perseverance. It is based on the life of Chris Gardener and demonstrates how he stood against all odds to succeed in life.

4. Social network

The Social network tells the story of Facebook from its humble beginnings to controversies. It tells us the importance of finding the right team and being flexible to navigate the success of your business.

5. Steve Jobs

This movie shows the success and failures of the Apple founder Steve Jobs. It shows the struggle of Steve Jobs to keep Apple a leader in tech innovation.  The movie also tells the challenges of being a CEO and at the same time the founder of the company.

In these trying times, we understand that you need to keep yourself motivated. So enjoy these movies from the comfort of your couch!

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