10 Songs for the Indian Entrepreneur

Entrepreneurship is not a walk in the park or a bed of roses. It has its bulk of difficulties.One has to suffer a number of setbacks, losses both financial and others, crushing defeats, and much more. An entrepreneur in any stage of his venture is to be motivated always to keep himself, his team and business running in full swing. Songs can be a great way to stay motivated. Here is a list of songs from Indian movies for entrepreneurs going through a rough patch.

1. Chak De India 

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Chak De India

If this song doesn’t inspire one, no other can. It does motivate not just entrepreneurs but everyone looking for the much-needed shot of motivation.

Watch it here .

2. Aashayein

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Iqbal

This song from the movie Iqbal helps anyone to  believe in themselves and chase their dreams. A must on every entrepreneur’s playlist.
Watch it here.

3. Lakshya

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Lakshya

The title track from Lakshya does a good job in giving a sense of direction when things go wayward. Lakshya portrays how a happy go lucky youngster transforms into a valiant soldier.

Watch the video here.

4.  Kholo Kholo

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Taare Zameen Par is one of the best movies from Aamir Khan. Though the movie focuses on parenting and children, this particular song is good at  prodding you to discover your inner self and the importance of a good mentor.

Watch it here.

5. Ilaahi

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Ilaahi

Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani was a movie that celebrated friendship. All the songs from this movie have  a soul, be it Kabira or Subhanallah or the other songs. Ilaahi tells listeners to leave the baggage aside and follow your heart.That’s what entrepreneurs do right?

Watch it here.

6. Ennilerinju

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Jacobinte Swargarajyam

Yes, a Malayalam song figures on the list of motivational songs!! Jacobinte Swargarajyam shows how a family survives a crisis together. Based on a true story, this Vineeth Sreenivasan movie has its dose of positive vibe and motivation right from the beginning.

The song Ennilerinju shows the rise of the hero when circumstances force him. A must watch movie and  song for every entrepreneur.
Watch the video here.

7. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

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Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

The story of Milkha Singh nicknamed The Flying Sikh, is a truly inspiring one.From being a refugee to the Indian Army and to Olympics. The song Bhaag Milkha Bhaag shows him training and the song  chants that one has to stay active and keep doing what is supposed to be done, to be successful. Aren’t entrepreneurs supermen who work hard and achieve incredible feats with sheer determination and perseverance?

Watch the video here.

8. Ziddi Hai

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M.C  Mary Kom is an Indian boxer who rose to what she achieved, by being persistent and constantly improving herself in what she was good at. The movie portrayed her journey from being an ordinary village girl from the Northeast India to one of the finest boxers India ever had. The song Ziddi Hai focuses on the determination of a person which makes all the difference. Entrepreneurs are super focused on their motives and are determined to make it big, aren’t they?

Watch the video here.

9.  Chale Chalo

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Lagaan was a movie with a sterling performance from Aamir Khan prior to Mangal Pandey and the hits that followed. The song is a war cry that focuses  on team building, team play and being a good leader. The lyrics are  strong enough to make any entrepreneur stand right back on his feet after a crushing setback. A must on entrepreneur’s playlist.

Watch it here.

10. Zinda

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Bhaag Milkha Bhaag

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is one of the best motivational biopics of recent times. It is loaded with enough motivational songs. Zinda is a song for any up and coming entrepreneur working hard to be on top of the world.

Watch the video here.

These are the ones on my playlist.Do comment  below if I have left out any other songs.

Godspeed.

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