If sources are to believe, Software Engineer-turned-filmamker Samarth Naik's debut directorial venture Yatna is based on the life of a software Tycoon. Sources claim that it is a realistic film and is related to a person, who struggled to set up the IT industry on the grounds of high value. Besides this it also highlights the ongoing problems of Software industry.
Yatna is a story of a boy, who is born in a mediocre farmer family. After completing his graduation from a engineering college, he joins a the company as a software engineer. But during his stint at the company, he discovers that he has much higher potential. The quest to succeed leads him to open a new company with his four close friends.
Samarth has penned story, screenplay and dialogues for the movie Yatna, which is a inspirational story to the present generation. Samarth co-relates the story to a person, who is determined in life to succeed. The story is all about a person, who has all the motivation and zeal to make it big in the world. All the hindrances that are faced by the person will only make him tougher and stronger. As the famous saying goes, "When the going gets tough, the tough gets going". The person in the story overcomes all the odd in the life to set up a world class company, which is driven by values.
Does the story resemble it to a real life incident of an IT tycoon or is it a fictitious story?