What you should be asking is, what psychological changes to my mentality willing have to make, how much diversification over systems do I have to allocate, what can go wrong, and what can go right.
It's immaterial if you make 5 percent or 2 percent or 40 percent per month. On compounding even 5 percent, you can make a good return. But what else is needed to push it to 10, 15 or 50 percent, is the question.
How many years of data, how many black swans covered under that sample size, how many events with big movement scheduled, like budget, or unscheduled, like geopolitical tensions and such things does the data cover.
Answer these, and you will be in a better position to answer the question.
Also, in my opinion, making any amoutnof money, even 500 rupees, and holding onto that gain is not possible, unless you have a system that is easy to execute, has reasonable drawadown, and has, a high expectancy