High & Mighty list Virat Kohli to Deepika Padukone to many youngest achievers
The annually released, prestigious and credible 'HIGH & MIGHTY' list of a leading daily has been released recently for 2023, listing down achievers from different walks of life across India. The list profoundly features the top dignitaries from different fields who have been an inspiration for the youth. Here's looking at the youngest achievers (under age of 40) who have been featured on the list of this year.
1. Virat Kohli, 34
Well considered as the BAT MAN FOREVER, Virat Kohli is undoubtedly a force that is driving the Indian cricket team right now. He indeed is a perfect man to take his place on the list because he has a massive social media following also makes him one of the top global influencers, placing him in the list of richest sportspersons. He makes news on and off the field, voicing opinions on social causes or scrapping with fellow players or seniors
2. Deepika Padukone, 37
If there is one actress who is currently ruling the entertainment industry, it's definitely Deepika. No doubt she is the go-to actress for big-budget spectacles. It's not just India, the actress is paving the way for global firsts to collaborate more and more with India be it via international award platforms, biggest of brands or a leading magazine cover. While she recently appeared in the blockbuster, Pathaan, Deepika’s next two releases, the multilingual Project K and Fighter, are also big on scale and action and are among the most anticipated releases of 2024.
3. Alia Bhatt, 30
No doubt, Alia is a darling of the box office. She is among the few actresses whose acting skills entice audiences to the cinemas and yield rich dividends at the box office. Her recent release, Gangubai Kathiawadi’s domestic haul of Rs 126 Cr. can largely be attributed to Alia’s stellar performance. She has also had 3 major film releases last year, being- RRR, Darlings and Brahamastra:Part 1.
4. Nikhil Kamath, 35
India's youngest billionaire at the age of 34, Nikhil Kamath, became the founder and CEO of multiple companies which are shaping the future of India in the field of investment and business. Known to be the ‘Warren Buffett of India in making’ he is making big waves from a very young age, paving a very inspiring journey from a school droput to being India's Brightest Investor, today.
5.Harmanpreet Kaur, 34
Harmanpreet Kaur serves the Indian cricket team as the captain of the India Women's National Cricket Team in all formats. She is prolific with the bat both in India and abroad. It won’t be a surprise if she guides Team India to its first ICC trophy, which has eluded the country so far.
6. Jay Shah, 34
As secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Jay Shah is a man who controls Indian cricket. Under him, IPL media rights multiplied threefold to Rs 48,390 crore, making it the second most valued sporting league in the world. Jay is also a man who has played a key role in popularising women’s cricket in India.
7.Divya Gokulnath, 36
Divya is a co-founder and director of Indian multinational educational technology, Byju's. The company has one of the biggest employers among Indian start-ups. Its learning programs reach 150 million students globally, along with 7 million annual paid subscriptions. Over the years, BYJU’S has brought in Rs 28,000 crore of foreign direct investment (FDI).
8. Bhavish Agarwal, 37
Co-founder and CEO of OLA Cabs and OLA Electric, Bhavish took a bold decision to enter the electric two-wheeler manufacturing space seems to be bearing fruit, with Ola reporting operating profits. while the company has sold about 2