The Instaclout: Five Indians who found fame on Instagram... organically

Meet the Indians making it big through the photo sharing platform.
Updated on Oct 22, 2016 07:19 PM IST
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1. Shivesh Bhatia (@shivesh17)

Shivesh Bhatia is still an undergrad student and his Instagram account currently has 75.5k followers! A ‘self-taught baker and food blogger’, Bhatia’s Insta feed overflows with eye candy for the food lover.

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2. Tanmay Bahulekar (@bombaybhukkad)

22.1k followers

Along with snappy reviews of best bites around Maximum City, Tanmay Bahulekar also frames unexplored eateries on his iPhone5.

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3. Pranita Kocharekar (@pranitart)

11k followers

Illustrator and graphic designer Pranita’s work is quirky, colourful and fun. Her series of illustrations on anxiety, called Is That You? addressed mental illnesses in a light-hearted way and went viral.

4. Siddhartha Joshi (@siddharthajoshi)

30.2k followers

Travel blogger and photographer Siddhartha Joshi has been chasing people with his camera - from the bylanes of his neighbourhood to countries like Germany, asking everyone: “Tell Me Your Dream”. His Instagram account features a new face every day, chronicling the dreams of a variety of people from auto rickshaw drivers to shopkeepers, garbage collectors to random passersby.

5. Ayushi Bangur (@styledrive)

126k followers

From the latest trends to super cool DIY tips, this Mumbai-based fashionista’s Instagram handle is a beautiful portrait of Indian and contemporary fashion. Big names like Forever21 feature regularly in her stylebook, but there are just as many edgy outfits created with the best of high-street brands.

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  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Atisha Jain was part of Hindustan Times’ nationwide network of correspondents that brings news, analysis and information to its readers. She no longer works with the Hindustan Times.

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