After making headlines for his drastic weight gain and loss saga for “Dangal”, Aamir Khan gave a fashionable surprise to his fans here at an event. Bollywood’s ‘perfectionist’ picked a classic black suit giving it a nerdy bespectacled twist.
The actor attended the announcement of GQ’s list of 50 Most Influential Young Indians of 2016.
GQ India hosted GQ The 50 Most Influential Young Indians 2016 on Saturday at The Oval Room, Hyatt Regency here, read a statement.
The actor suited up for the event as he wore a classy and sophisticated black suit with crisp white shirt. He completed the look with spectacles with big frames and sleek side hair parting.
The evening 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 and drink, entertainment, sports and real estate to name a few.
The event was hosted by actress Mandira Bedi and had an engaging conversation between GQ India’s Editor – Che Kurrien and Aamir, who is GQ India’s July 2016 cover star.
Aamir Khan, Mandira Bedi at GQ 50 Most Influential Young Indians of 2016.
GQ India, the ultimate authority in men’s fashion and lifestyle and India’s leading men’s title, hosted GQ The 50 Most Influential Young Indians 2016in association with Glenfiddich and TrueBlue on 2nd July 2016 at The Oval Room, Hyatt Regency Delhi. The evening 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. GQ The Most Influential Young Indians Is an editorial property launched in 2015 and is an authoritative list of influencers published in the July issue of the magazine. As the front runners for tomorrow, the men featured on GQ’s Young Influential Indians list reflect not just the optimistic, youthful population of India but also its dynamic economy.
The event was hosted by Mandira Bedi and had an engaging conversation between GQ India’s Editor – Che Kurrien and Bollywood’s Perfectionist and also GQ India’s Jul 2016 cover star, Aamir Khan. Power-packed with some of the finest trailblazers of the Indian economy across industries, the night raised a toast to the young visionaries of this country.
Commenting on the occasion, Che Kurrien, Editor, GQ India, said,
Influence plays out in many ways. This year, our list includes a tech scion who’s using his large fortune to preserve two millennia of the country’s literary history; a political strategist who’s re-inventing the campaign game; a college dropout who’s disrupting the hotel industry and a pair of rebels creating India’s largest original digital content channel. They’ve built companies and assembled fortunes – and none of them is older than 40. Here’s presenting GQ’s new establishment list, which reflects the youthful population of a dynamic economy. These are men who have a new vision for India and the chops to make it happen.
From GQ’s list of 50 Most Influential Young Indians of 2016, the event was graced by Dulquer Salmaan, Benny Dayal, Manu Chandra, Ashiesh Shah, Suket Dhir, Jiten Thukral, Aditya Ghosh, Ritesh Agarwal, Samrath Bedi, Rahul Mishra, 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, Mustafa Ghouse, Nikhil Kapur and Prabhat Choudhary to name a few.
Delhi’s glitterati like Sunil Sethi, Gaurav Gupta, JJ Valaya, Shivan and Narresh, Prateek Jain, Priya Sachdeva, Sanjay Kapur, Simar Dugal, Atsu Sekhose, Vikrum Baidyanath, Peter and Cecile D’Ascoli, V. Sunil, also marked their presence at this soiree.
GQ Best Dressed
The distinguished league of gentlemen, in no particular order of ranking, on GQ The 50 Most Influential Young Indians 2016 are:
Abhimanyu Alsisar Adar Poonawalla
Aditya Ghosh Akash Ambani
Amit Bhosale Anand Piramal
Ankur Jain Anant Goenka
Arijit Bose Arunabh Kumar And Biswapati Sarkar
Ashiesh Shah Blot! (Basic Love Of Things) Aka
Gaurav Malaker & Avinash Kumar
Benny Dayal Dulquer Salmaan
Hanif Kureshi Jaisal Singh
Jiten Thukral & Sumir Tagra Keshav Bansal
Krishna Ram Bhupal Manu Chandra
Mithun Sacheti Mustafa Ghouse
Navroze Godrej Nikhil Kapur
Piyush Tewari Prabhat Choudhary
Prashant Kishor Rahul Mishra
Ranveer Singh Ritesh Agarwal
Ritesh Batra Rohan Murty
Sahej Bakshi Aka Dualist Inquiry Sameer Kulavoor
Shanay Jhaveri Samrath Bedi
Siddharth Kasliwal Sohrab Hura
Suket Dhir Suketu Talekar
Sunil Chhetri Tej Brar
Ujjawal Dubey Umang Bedi
Vijay Shekhar Sharma Zorawar Kalra