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Top 5 Films That Were Created On Life Of Business Tycoons

| Published on March 6, 2021

Are you aware of all the business tycoons in the world? All the top business entrepreneurs today didn’t have it easy when they started off. From being inspired to inspiring others, these CEOs and Founders found their calling, and the movie industry played tribute to their genius with wonderful scripts based around their lives.

The top 5 films based on business tycoons are as follows,


This movie was a loose representation of the lives of Dhirubhai Ambani and his wife, played by actors Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, respectively. Ambanis are the owners of Reliance, and the group is now led by Mukesh Ambani singlehandedly. You can watch a rags-to-riches story and sit to remain inspired!

The Pursuit of Happyness

Wall Street legend, Chris Gardner, is brought to life by the reel-time performance portrayed by actor Will Smith. Showing the challenges of working in the Wall Street Capital, he finds his success literally starting from the bottom, while managing his 5-year-old son.

The Social Network

Mark Zuckerberg is one of the most popular CEOs in the world, owing to his success to the social media giant, Facebook. Back in 2010, Facebook was the largest growing platform used by people around the globe. This movie shows his journey from being a Harvard graduate to becoming the youngest billionaire in the world.


Steve Jobs founded Apple and is hailed by the world as one of the biggest entrepreneurs of his time. From building the Macintosh to gearing the idea behind the first touchscreen phones in the world, popularly known and used as the Apple iPhone, this movie portrays his entire career path highlighting his wins and losses.

The People vs Larry Flynt

Larry Flynt was the promoter of the Hustler Magazine, back in the 90s. This film depicts his never-say-die attitude, with the real Larry Flynt playing the role of a judge. This movie will give you a better notion of the world around you.

Source: Economic Times

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