‘The 50 Most Influential Young Indians 2016’ by GQ India was unveiled at a starry night, held on July 2 at Hyatt Regency Delhi. The event was supported by Glennfiddich and TrueBlue.
An evening hosted by Mandira Bedi saw a Q&A session between the GQ India’s Editor – Che Kurrien and Bollywood’s perfectionist and also GQ India’s July 2016 cover star, Aamir Khan.
70 EMG was given the charge of a convivial evening that was graced by the likes of Dulquer Salmaan, Benny Dayal, Manu Chandra, Ashiesh Shah, Suket Dhir, Jiten Thukral, Aditya Ghosh, Ritesh Agarwal, Samrath Bedi and Rahul Mishra.
Among those marked their presence at the event were Anant Goenka, Arunabh Kumar, Biswapati Sarkar, Krishna Ram Bhupal, Keshav Bansal, Zorawar Kalra, Tej Brar, Suketu Telekar, Hanif Kureshi, Umang Bedi, Ujjawal Dubey, Abhimanyu Alsisar, Sameer Kulavoor, Ankur Jain, Arijit Bose, Gaurav Malakar, Mithun Sacheti, Nikhil Kapur and Prabhat Choudhary to name a few.
As further announced by 70 EMG, the total number of guests who attended the event were over 200. Each winner received a framed certificate and gifts from Glenfiddich & True Blue.
Delhi’s hot-shot personalities including Sunil Sethi, Gaurav Gupta, JJ Valaya, Shivan and Narresh, Prateek Jain, Priya Sachdeva and Sanjay Kapur, also marked their presence at the event.
The event saw the announcement of 50 most influential Indians under the age of 40 from a diverse range of backgrounds and professions – Business and Entrepreneurship, Politics, Education, Fashion, Design, Media, Food & Drink, Entertainment, Sports and Real Estate to name a few.