Mumbai, Feb 5: Actors Bhumi Pednekar and Vicky Kaushal and sportspersons Harmanpreet Kaur and Jasprit Bhumrah are among the young changemakers who have made it to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. The fifth batch of Forbes 30 under 30 list is representative across 15 categories including sports, entertainment, fashion, music, social media, technology and more and recognises those under the age of 30 shaping a new India. (Photos: Meet those in the list of Forbes India 30 Under 30) Also Read - IPL 2020: Brett Lee Picks MS Dhoni-Led Chennai Super Kings to Win Title, Says Variety in Spin Gives Them Edge in UAE Conditions
The names have been selected names that meet three broad criterias — the extent of impact of their achievements, and their ability to disrupt the status quo; scalability of the business or line of work and; their potential to stay a long-term player. Also Read - IPL 2020: James Pattinson Calls Mumbai Indians Teammate Jasprit Bumrah World's 'Best T20 Bowler'
The list also includes Ankit Agarwal and Karan Rastogi (29), who are the founders of HelpUsGreen. The two, with their initiative, have made efforts to clean the River Ganga. Burma Burma’s Chirag Chhajer, 29, also makes it to the list with his vegetarian, no-alcohol Burmese restaurant which is a favourite among many today. Also Read - IPL 2020 Mumbai Indians Team Preview: Rohit Sharma And Co. Ready For an Encore in UAE?
Gautam Bhatia, 29, part of a team that is working on multiple challenges to the Aadhaar Act, also makes his place in Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Here’s the complete Forbes 30 Under 30 list that also includes former World No 1 pistol shooter Heena Sidhu, 28.