Indian celebrities are starting to hit the news headlines for various reasons, courtesy social media. ‘As long you are able to create a buzz, you remain on top of people’s minds’. When you enjoy the celebrity status in the largest democratic nation in the world, the above statement holds stronger than ever. Social media in India have started to play the pivotal role of providing accessibility and engagement to the most loved celebs from different fields. Let’s look at the top 5 Indian celebs who are creating a whirlwind of social engagement.
The most socially active member of the family considered to carry the legacy of Indian cinema across generations, Rishi Kapoor is a rockstar on Twitter. Outright in his comments, he voices out (lashes out, rather) his opinions straight. And that’s what people love most about him.
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The former cricketer turned commentator plays it as aggressively on social media as he used to within the 22 yards during his cricketing days. His Twitter account has gotten mass popularity due to his funny and witty comments and opinions.
Paired with Shekhar, he is one of the leading singers and music composers of Bollywood of the present times. Vishal also seems to have hit the right chord on social media. He constantly updates on Twitter and also retweets reactions from his fans. Though his tweets get him into trouble at times, his open-hearted interaction with his fans has given him the popularity and the limelight that he deserves.
Akshay Kumar is one such veteran actor who has seen through the digital transformation of India, and he seems to have adapted to the new age like a pro. From vigorous promotional activities for his upcoming movies to serious social causes, Akshay Kumar puts social media to a great use.
The Honourable Chief Minister of Delhi, the national capital, Mr Kejriwal is a superstar on Twitter. You may love him, you may hate him, but you can surely not ignore him. He has something to say about almost every political activity taking place within the country. How Indian politics is being played and portrayed on social media these days has been shaped by Arvind Kejriwal to a good extent.
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Written by Apoorv Bansal