There are many rich people in the world who become millionaires and billionaires by the time they enter their 30s or become rich by joining their family business started by their older generations. But the young man we are talking about started his own business and earned close to Rs 10 crores by the time he turned 16. He went on to achieve greater heights in years to come. Now 21 years old, this young man is an owner of a luxurious house spread of 42 acres and 20 extravagant cars.
Dhillan Bhardwaj, a fashion designer of Indian origin started his clothing line Ratchet Clothing from his father’s garage in Long Eaton, Derbyshire. At that time, he was 16 years old. In the first year itself, by designing and making clothes all by himself, Dhillan earned close to Rs 9 crore.
Gradually, his business grew and because of his popularity on social media, his designs caught attention of Hollywood celebrities too. A number of Hollywood celebs such as Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Drake, Taylor Swift, and Zara Larsson have flaunted his designs. He has even been invited for a tea with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
The young man who loves being busy works himself on all the aspects of business. And apart from designing amazing clothes, Dhillan travels across the country to give motivational lectures to the young generation and students in colleges and universities. Over and above this, he writes books and works with clothing brands to help them start their company and prints and supplies for them.
The nice messages he gets daily from his customers keep him motivated for his work. And with all the money and fame he has achieved, the guy now owns 20 lavish cars including BMW, Rolls Royce and Ferrari and a 42 acres mansion Leicestershire countryside that has a tennis court, a cinema hall, gym, and about 20 bedrooms.
Dhillan Bhardwaj is now in limelight for giving up his luxurious life and living with a family that relies on handouts for survival. He is doing this for television reality show ‘5STAR’s Rich Kids Go Skint’. According to a report by Daily Mail, the guy confessed that he earlier assumed that poor people were too “lazy” to work but not anymore, after his encounter with the life they actually live.
The family he is living with now includes a 59-year old single mother Elaine who supports herself, her daughter and her autistic son. Her methods of cutting costs on things have left Dhillan startled. Sharing his experience of living with the family, Dhillan said:
“Elaine and her family don’t really have much but they are happy and appreciate the smaller things in life and it’s something that I am definitely going to be taking away today.”
Isn’t his story amazing? Do let us know what you think about it in comments!