Businesswoman, Pop-queen, Billionaire; This Is the Life Of Gorgeous 22-Year-Old Ananya Birla
When you’re born with a silver spoon in your mouth and belong to a billionaire family, life sure does come easy. Right from access to high-end education to fulfilling all your crazy dreams, there’s nothing a billionaire kid cannot achieve. But when they set out on their own journey to success, they spin an entirely different story. And such is the story of Kumar Mangalam Birla’s daughter, Ananya Birla.
Ananya who graduated from Oxford University, realised her talent as a musician in London. Alongside her studies, Ananya began to sing and perform with her guitar for several live gigs. In a span of just two years, she performed in over 70 shows.
Well, once you’re exposed to such a world, it isn’t easy to let go, right?! But the then 17-year-old Ananya decided to put her education into practise first and launched her own organisation once she returned home; Svatantra Microfinance. Post its success, she also launched her own e-commerce venture, Curocarte.
At the age of 21 however, Ananya decided to relive her London days and turned into a popstar from a businesswoman. Her recently launched international single ‘Livin’ the Life’; a mix of EDM and Pop witnessed several Bollywood personalities attending her live show. Its popularity has grown to such an extent that the video has crossed over 50 lakh views on youtube.
Well, when you have the money and the talent for it, there’s nothing that can stop you from achieving even the craziest of your dreams, right?!
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