There, one audience asked, who is his ‘Idol’?
Without a moment’s thought, Gautam Adani replied, Dhirubhai Ambani. Said, “I consider Dhirubhai Ambani as my idol. The way he showed the country a new direction in business ventures, especially at a time when the free economy did not start in India, attracted me. ” Adani could have stopped just saying that. But he didn’t stop there.
“Mukesh Bhai (Mukesh Ambani) has grown his father’s business, that’s a different matter. But being the first generation in business, I respect Dhirubhai Ambani. Because I know the challenges of being a first generation entrepreneur,” he added. to one.” Dhirubhai Ambani is a great example of how big thinking can change things even if there is no money, said the Adani group leader. And this is where the discussion started in the trade circles. Ambani told all about what he himself thinks about the nearest rival Mukesh Ambani without apparently saying anything?
That is why the ‘Idol’ of life consciously did not stop at Dhirubhai Ambani (Dhirubhai Ambani) and added the life-struggle of the first generation entrepreneur? Through which he indirectly wanted to convey the message that no matter how much he is compared with Mukesh Ambani, there is a fundamental difference between his rise and Mukesh Ambani’s rise. The difference is, carrying forward the legacy business that Mukesh Ambani did and being a first generation entrepreneur building an empire on his own, which Adani himself did? In other words, is Adani trying to say, “Mukesh Ambani started way ahead, but I started from scratch and left Mukesh bhai behind! So how do we compare?”
Only Gautam Adani knows whether Adani really meant to say it or simply said the words. But Adani knows that whatever Rajat Sharma says on India TV’s ‘Aap Ki Kahtal’, the world will listen and then go on and on about it!