How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-Founded A Million Dollar

How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-Founded A Million Dollar Company How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co Founded A Million Dollar Company by Varun Agarwal is a compelling and humorous account of the fulfilment of entrepreneurial dreamsHow does an unfocused young person such as Varun Agarwal, become the co founder of a million dollar company How does he get pesky Anu Aunty off his trail The book is an interesting real life story of how the author, Varun Agarwal, managed to brave all odds to reach the peak of his careerVarun Agarwal is shown to be an unfocused human being, with no real interest in pursuing a career, even though he does harbour dreams of becoming a successful entrepreneur Varun whiles away his time, hopping from pub to pub, spending time with friends and keeping a track of his love interest on FacebookThese traits worry his mother to the bone, compelling her to put the very meddlesome Anu Aunty on the job, to help get her son moving in the right direction in life Anu Aunty does a rather good job of this, much to Varun s dismay He then does all that he can to get her off his track, while pursuing his dreams to become an entrepreneur How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co Founded A Million Dollar Company is the author s debut novel and is on its fourth reprint already Having sold twenty thousand copies in only a month, the book has become a bestseller by national standards It has also occupied a firm foothold on the bestseller charts for eighty days at a stretch The author attained initial popularity with his Facebook blog posts, a few of which were sent to his publishers The book was conceived once they demanded a full manuscript

About the Author: Varun Agarwal

Varun Agarwal is a filmmaker, entrepreneur and a bestselling author He is 25 years old and has three companies to his credit Alma Mater , Reticular And Last Minute Films His comapny Alma Mater is India s largest provider of merchandise and memorabilia to schools and colleges He has directed the likes of Preity Zinta and AR Rahman in music videos and his films have over a million views on Youtube.He has been featured on the cover of India Today and numerous other periodicals as well as on the CNBC Young Turks Show.

10 thoughts on “How I Braved Anu Aunty & Co-Founded A Million Dollar Company

  1. Varun Agarwal Varun Agarwal says:

    Review of the book from the Hindu Journalist Neeti Sakrar French American novelist Raymond Federman hit the nail on the head when he said everybody is writing a novel these days Not everyone, however, writes for the same reasons In general, while some write for inner contentment, others write to earn rave reviews But through How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co Founded a Million Dol

  2. Subham Agarwal Subham Agarwal says:

    If you guys think that your life s a waste, or you are depressed,disappointed,have no clue as to what is to be done with life, are still jobless, or are too scared to do anything new, find books boring, finding it hard to start putting your ideas into work, or you think that you are a loser or called one by your friends or family, or if you haven t done anything good in your life as y

  3. Medini Medini says:

    The best part of this book for me was that even though this was a non fiction memoir, it didn t read like one It was light and breezy and feltlike a novel.On the other hand, this also was packed with problems I have with almost every book by an Indian author I read over dramatization of Indian family situations, the excessive alcohol consumption by every single male I mean, this is understanda

  4. Pooja Pooja says:

    The author was really frank about giving up his lessons about entrepreneurship This one quality is applauding Inspiring Recommended for young generation of India The author was really frank about giving up his lessons about entrepreneurship This one quality is applauding Inspiring Recommended for young generation of India

  5. Freeda Lobo Freeda Lobo says:

    Before I bought this book, I had clearly no idea that it existed I didn t watch TV nor did I read about the book in the newspapers I bought it all because of the fiery red huge bindi on Anu Aunty s forehead, read it all because of Anu Aunty s Varoooon though I was completely embarrassed when my fellow commuters looked at me weirdly as I laughed out so loud reading the book in the bus and loved it throughout Eve

  6. Rosie Nguyễn Rosie Nguyễn says:

    5 star for the book s humor In progress to write a similar book myself.

  7. Harshith J. V. Harshith J. V. says:

    Actually I would I like to give 3.5 stars I am not saying there is anything I found I didn t like in this book, but 3.5 is good enough for this book And I recommend this book to casual reading and light reading people, meaning this can be good coffee table book.This book is definitely a page turner Finished the book in around 6 hours, the fastest ever I read any book Its in a narrative style There are 50 chapters split across fo

  8. Soumyadeep Majumdar Soumyadeep Majumdar says:

    An amazing and well written book on the various problems faced by Indian Entrepreneurs.One can easily connect to the Anu Aunty in the form of nerdy students who think CGPA and an MBA are all they need in their life, in the form of professors who think students are born to kiss their feet and in the form of some parents who,just like Anu Aunty, want their children to pursue an MBA just becaause the next door Tom,Dick and Harry did An eye

  9. Guttu Guttu says:

    This book is a success story of Varun Agarwal, Founder of Alma Mater The author warns at the preface that he isn t Hemingway As you start reading the book, It s clear he isn t I am not an avid reader but I can tell which book has better language This is pretty layman Partly because of the conversations which are absurd Yet, This book is enjoyable A couple of funny incidents, nostalgia and Anu aunty, to which everyone can relate to A fun read if l

  10. Kaushal Dhruw Kaushal Dhruw says:

    The best thing about this book is you can connect to it even if you are not an entrepreneur Mr Agarwal has been a keen observer of kitty parties and aunties And Anu Aunt represents all sorts of Aunties His Journey from a jobless, pub addict, Facebook stalker to a T Shirt salesman as Anu Aunt and his mum mentioned to entrepreneur which he was from the very beginning takes you back to those days.You have a goal, a dream, obstacles in the path are inevitable

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