Forbes released their list of 30 Under 30 and Millennials of this generation who have stood out in their professions have made it to the list. The idea that high classy CEOs and people coming from rich families making it to the lists have been broken and these young millennials have made it to the list with their sheer hard work and skills! Congrats and way to go!
1. Vicky Kaushal
Bollywood actor Vicky Kaushal has been named as part of Forbes India’s 30 under 30 lists. Vicky Kaushal, who made a notice-worthy debut in Bollywood with Masaan, tweeted, “Thank you for this honor Forbes India.” He is an elegant and classy actor who is a silent performer and lets his work do the talking!
2. Sahil Naik
The 25–year old recent graduate Sahil Naik grew up in the state of Goa, known for its tourist economy and beautiful coastal landscapes. Goa is also known for the mediatized terrorist attacks and threats, which have informed Naik’s research around the bomb, the representation of destruction in the global media, and notions of entertainment and spectacle. Naik has been particularly interested in the practices that emerge as a result of the targeting of Goa’s Ponda temple town, which include regular evacuation rehearsals and bomb defusing drills.
3. Aditya Sharma
Aditya Sharma, 29 is a Partner at McKinsey & Company. In only less than seven years into his stint at global consultancy firm McKinsey & Company, he has already risen to become a partner—the only 20-something to do so in India
4. Gautam Bhatia
Lawyer Gautam Bhatia has been named as part of Forbes India’s 30 under 30 lists. According to Forbes India, Bhatia “has the chops to be part of the team that is working on multiple challenges to the Aadhaar Act”. Bhatia, who has written a book on the Freedom of Speech in the Indian Constitution, believes the Indian Constitution is a transformative document.