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This Guy Failed His Engineering And Now He Is Co-Founder Of A Million Dollar Company – Watch How Did This

Varun Agarwal is a 25 years old filmmaker, entrepreneur and a bestselling author. He is the co-founder of Alma Mater, India’s biggest college apparel/memorabilia company, author of bestseller ‘How I braved Anu Aunty & Co-founded A Million Dollar Company’, and also the co-founder of Reticular, a social media marketing firm. The pursuit of his interests brought about collaborations with A.R. Rahman, Preity Zinta, and many others.

In a world where everyone around us want us to “think” and follow the conventional route to success, INK Fellow Varun Agarwal shares a very different mantra of success — “Don’t think.” Watch as Varun shares his fascinating story of starting India’s largest college merchandise company and becoming a bestselling author, while braving a certain ‘Anu Aunty’.

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