Dr Subhash Chandra's autobiography The Z Factor was unveiled on Wednesday by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at 7 RCR in Delhi. The book will likewise be uncovered at the ZEE Jaipur Lit Festival, on January 21.
This is a curiously candid memoir of a genuinely desi independent specialist who came to Delhi at age twenty with seventeen rupees in his pocket. Today, he has a total assets of $6.3 billion and annual group revenues of in excess of $3 billion. The book is distributed by Harper Collins and will be accessible in stores from Wednesday. It is accessible on Flipkart and Amazon India for pre-orders.
PM Modi, adulating Dr Chandra, said that it requires a great deal of push to write an autobiography and going out on a limb is Subhash Chandra's propensity. Modi likewise applauded Dr Chandra for his commitment to society and education. Acclaiming Dr Chandra's continuous efforts to accomplish greatness, Modi said that it is essential to peruse memoir. He said that it helps you to know the history better.
The autobiography titled 'The Z Factor: My Journey as the Wrong Man at the Right Time' has been written alongside Pranjal Sharma.
Dr Chandra, the promoter of Essel Group and ZEE, is a far-fetched mogul. Hailing from a small town in Haryana, where his family ran grain mills, Chandra has been a perpetual untouchable, over and over pointing high and breaking into organizations where he was viewed as an interloper. Beginning work as a teen to pay off family debts, Chandra needed to depend on feign, moxie and sheer hard toil to turn things around. A smidgen of luck and political patronage saw him make a fortune in rice exports to the past USSR.
Continuously a risk-taker, Chandra then had the vision of getting into broadcasting early, even as set up media players neglected to see its potential. His Zee TV, India's first private Indian TV channel, changed the rules of the amusement and tickled the extravagant of an open kept from stimulation.
A few gutsy initiatives took after however not every one of them were fruitful. Chandra's endeavors to dispatch satellite telephony and a cricket league went to a cropper. In any case, the man keeps on reinventing himself; he is currently likewise concentrating on infrastructure and smart cities.