Aamir Khan was recently in Delhi where he launched the latest special edition of a renowned magazine that introduces people to the top 50 Indian men who have formed the pop culture in their quest of constant change, in their respective fields of work.
These guys come from a diverse range of backgrounds and professions; right from politics to entertainment.Men who have made it to the list have shown that you don’t need to hit a certain age to be powerful and influence lives through your work. They are the living proof of the talented youthful population of India and also its dynamic economy.
Aamir Khan, who has himself been a huge achiever in his life, personally met and felicitated each one of the achievers this year at the gala event that took place on 2nd July 2016 in the capital city of India, Delhi.
This year, their list of young influential Indians includes a political strategist who’s re-inventing the campaign game; a college dropout who’s disrupting the hotel industry; a public relations expert at the helm of every Bollywood career worth paying attention to and the man behind India’s biggest and fastest-growing airline.Those to have featured on the list are pioneers in their respective field of work with names such as Virat Kohli, Ranveer Singh, Ritesh Agrawal, Vijay Shekhar Sharma, Prabhat Choudhary, Navroze Godrej, Umang Bedi, Arijit Bose, Krishna Ram Bhupal and Aditya Ghosh amongst others.
They’ve built companies and shaken up the status quo – and none of them is older than 40. These are men who have a new vision for India and the chops to make it happen.
Aamir Khan says, “One advice that I would want to share with these young achievers is that when you are facing failure, one tends to feel like compromising but never do that. Keep going even when your chips are down.”