First things first. In 2015, he became the richest man in India, overtaking Mukesh Ambani—in case you hadn’t heard the news. And yes, Dilip Shanghvi too presents us with another Indian variation of the American garage trope, having begun with Rs 10,000 borrowed from an uncle to set up a small pharmaceutical business of his own. From there, it was a self-devised management style and strategic acquisitions that helped Shanghvi slice through the crowded market.