The name - Shri Subhash Chandra, can be summarized in three simple terms - Visionary, Father of Indian Television and Philanthropist.
Subhash ji is the Member of Parliament - Rajya Sabha from his home state Haryana.
Subhash Ji is also the founder of India’s first private satellite television company ZEE Entertainment a part of the multifaceted conglomerate Essel Group, which is now in its 91st year with an annual turnover of $3.6 billion. Essel Group, which has its interest in Media & Entertainment, Education, Infrastructure, Financial Services, has created an empire over $ 10 billion.
18 Jul 2018 - 10 Aug 2018Parliament, New Delhi, Bharat
23 Jul 2018Kolkata, West Bengal, Bharat
25 Aug 2018Mumbai, Bharat
The Subhash Chandra Show is a platform where Subhashji engages with youth from across India and interacts on different topics. By interacting with students and sharing anecdotes from his life he motivates the youth, inspires them, and encourages sharing of ideas. Through this show Subhashji also guides young enterpreneurs and aspiring business minds about how they can identify their talents, choose the right business area and take their idea to the next level, and set up and run a successful business.
Subhashji also highlights inspirational stories of people from varied backgrounds. Through the show, he introduces the audience to the stories of India’s unsung heroes, the change-makers of today, who have overcome hurdles in their lives through courage and determination.
Along with special guests from every walk of life, Subhashji touches upon different important aspects of life, of not only leading successful one but a fulfilling one, professionally and otherwise. The show is aired every Saturday on all channels of Zee Media.
You attain failure in life only when you accept defeat
One must view life as a continuous learning experience
Achieve success honestly and ethically and you will be happy in life
CSR is hypocritical if it is not solving a real issue or problem which exists in society
If you want to trust others, you have to be trustworthy yourself