Thanks for sharing your profile. It's not as important that the firms you've worked for are well-known, but much more about the breadth/depth of work experience they offered. Start-ups usually offer deeper leadership "training" than large organizations because there is so much work and so few people to do it. So, I'd focus more on what you did versus where you did it. To that end, I think your work experience is strong (they don't have to know that you've been idle the past couple months - focus on the strong stories), your academic background is strong (my understanding is that a 7.76 in India is actually relatively higher than a 3.1 in the U.S.), your GMAT is strong (a 720 is a great score! What was your verbal percentile?). The main weaknesses I see are your lack of extracurriculars and community activities.
I'd say you can aim for programs in the range of Duke, Darden, NYU. Choose one or two safety programs below this range and one or two reach program above this range, and you should be in good shape.
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