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SHAHRUKH KHAN – King Of Bollywood

Shahrukh Khan was born in a Muslim family. His parents were so poor, that they had no money, to send him to theaters to watch movies. And suffered many failures at the beginning of his career. With the aid of theatre and television, he successfully entered into the film industry. He got his first act in television serials titled Fauji in 1988 and then Circus in 1989. This announced his entry into Bollywood. And now he became a King of Bollywood.

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THE UNDERTAKER- Legends Never Die

Inspiring journey of Mark William Calaway popularly known by his ring name 'Undertaker'. He dropped out of the university to pursue a career in basketball. But then he set his focus on becoming a professional Wrestler. He is the only wrestler with no song, but a trademark beat. Upon his retirement, many wrestlers paid homage to him and was duly honored by colleagues and fans all over the world.

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NELSON MANDELA – Long Walk to Freedom

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela who lived a life of service. He was a South African activist and politician. He began to make waves upon his entry into South African politics after joining the African National Congress in 1944. Nelson Mandela and his friend Oliver Tambo established the first black law firm in South Africa. He focused on his Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund, Nelson Mandela Foundation, and The Mandela Rhodes Foundation where he continued to give back to humanity.

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Michael Jackson was an American singer, songwriter and dancer. Began his music career with his brothers in a group known as ‘The Jackson 5.’ He won lots of awards including Grammys, was included in several Halls of fame, and also Guinness Book of Record awards. Michael Jackson will forever be remembered for his electric dance moves, known as “Break Dance” and the moonwalk.

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STEVEN SPIELBERG – A Billionaire Filmmaker

Steven Spielberg was rejected thrice at the University of Southhern Carolina because of his poor grades. He wasn’t interested in academics; his focus was theater, where he aspired to be a filmmaker. He was given the privilege of directing a short-film, 35 mm Amblin, by Universal studio, and the vice-president was largely impressed by his work. He would drop out of school a year later, to work fully for Universal and officially signed.

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