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Hum Honge Kamyab: No dream is too big

Young India knows how to give wings to their dreams and aspirations.
Hum Honge Kamyab: No dream is too big

“All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them” - Walt Disney

Gone are the days when young minds willingly obliged to fulfill their parents’ career plans for them. Most people in the previous generation knew no better than the mainstream jobs and sought nothing but financial security. Young India knows how to give wings to their dreams and aspirations. Paperboat’s recent video advertisement rightly depicts how success in the modern age is synonymous with passion and not just money. The video shows many leading ambitious millennials who have turned their vision into reality and Sunidhi Chauhan’s magical voice ads to the charm of the ad film.

Featuring Indian entrepreneurs and their groundbreaking initiatives, ‘Hum honge Kamyab’ inspires millennials and centennials to follow their dreams. The 14 entrepreneurs behind the successful and popular start-ups - Team Indus, Aakar Innovations, Chai Point, MK Dabbawala, Chumbak, Saankhya Labs, Maker's Asylum, HolidayIQ, AIB, Commonfloor, BigBasket, INK Talks, Milaap and Teach for India – share their vision on how they plan to creatively impact mankind with their organizations. 

The ad is putting a smile on its audience’s faces for the right reasons. Paperboat’s parent brand ‘Hector Beverages,’ a start up itself, acknowledges the work of the several young and inspiring individuals and brands. At the same time it oozes much inspiration to encourage its audience to pursue their dreams against all odds.

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