This man quit his job at Google to sell samosas, has a turnover of Rs 50 lakh
July 15, 2017
Very few people in this world have the courage to leave a stable and comfortable life in pursuit of their passion. Mr. Munaf Kapadia, who was working with the Tech giant Google.inc. left his job to sell Samosas. As for all the IT professionals, working in google is a dream job for them as they have a high brand value, provides good salary and beneficial services to the employees.
Munaf who left his job at sudden, is now the proud owner of ‘The Bohri Kitchen’ in Mumbai. Munaf pursued his MBA degree few years ago, worked for a few years in Mumbai. He left the country as he got better career option overseas. As he was living a stable work-life routine in US, an idea of selling samosa got struck in his mind, he finally made up his mind and decided to left his job and came back to India. Munaf’s mother is an excellent cook herself, and had a keen interest in cooking different dishes.
After concerning with her mother, Munaf decide to open up a food chain in Mumbai. He invited some food experts over for a paid meal for sampling of his mother’s food and His idea hit where he wanted it to be and That’s how ‘The Bohri Kitchen’ was launched soon after. There’s huge demand of The Bohri Kitchen’s Samosas among famous celebrities and many five star hotels.
Apart from that, Many other delicious dishes such as Nargis kebab, dabba gosht .etc. are their specialty. He gives the entire credit to his mother for the success of the restaurant. Despite being only a year old, there are long queues of people waiting for their turn. Munaf has been listed in the Forbes under 30 list, Munaf’s restaurant has an annual turnover of approx. 50 lakhs and he wishes to expand his business in the coming time.
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