Forbe’s list of super achievers in Asia under 30 has been released and according to the list; actress Alia Bhatt, Olympic medalist Sakshi Malik and Gymnast Dipa Karmakar are involved in top personalities who are young super achievers. All these celebrities listed by the Forbes are pushing boundaries of innovation. The list of ’30 under 30’ involved names of 300 impressive young personalities of Asia who are from the industrial field, social services, finance and venture capital, entertainment, retail and glamour world who are pushing the boundaries of innovation.
India’s first female gymnast to compete in the Olympics, Deepa Karmakar aged 23 has been appreciated by Forbes. Produnova Vault performed by her in the finals of Olympics made her one of only five gymnasts who has successfully done it ever, says Forbes.
Malik aged 24 has been appreciated by Forbes for facing a lot of opposition for wrestling as she hails from a small Indian town Rohtak. For her determination and passion for wrestling, she secured a place on the Forbes’ list.
Alia Bhatt, 24, the latest sensation of Bollywood movies has been chosen as one of the Forbe’s achiever. She is a marvelous actor to act in over 20 high grossing movies of Bollywood out of which, six are grossing well in opening weeks. He role in ‘Udta Punjab’ was highly acclaimed.
Sharath Gayakwad of 25 years; India’s first paralympic swimmer who won 96 medals; Shrikanth Bolla aged 25 who is the founder of Bollant Industries and has done good work in the field of manufacturing; Ankit Kwatra aged 25 who worked greatly to solve the hunger problem in India by founding feeding India;Trisha Shetty, the founder of SheSays for empowering women have been listed by the Forbes’ as young achievers.
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Trisha Shetty, 26, is the founder of SheSays, an Indian non-profit that empowers the country’s women to act against sexual violence by providing education, legal, medical as well as psychological support. So far, the organisation has engaged more than 60,000 young people through educational workshops and online, creating awareness and support to survivors who often reach out to share their personal stories and ask for help through SheSays’ social media platforms.