Best Twitter Accounts To Follow In India 2021

Almost all Bollywood celebrities have an account on Twitter, and they have a high number of followers too. However, they rarely post and mostly tweet during the release of their movies. So, We have searched for the Twitter accounts of Indians who are very active on Twitter. Their tweets are witty, and you gain wisdom.  Anand Mahindra, Chetan Bhagat, Subramaniam Swamy, Barkha Dutt, and Rajdeep Sardesai have a  huge fan following on Twitter Here is a list of  Indians to follow on Twitter.

Narendra Modi

He needs no introduction. He is the prime minister of India. He is social media savvy. His 53.3 million followers are highest in India and ranked 18th in the world. He tweets about all the big decisions taken by his Government. To be updated about Government's policies, follow him.

Virat Kohli

Kohli, the skipper of the Indian Cricket team, is followed by 33.8 million people. He is the best batsman in the world. He posts fun pictures with his teammates, and some lovey-dovey ones with his wife, the supercool actress, Anushka Sharma. If you are a cricket fan, follow him to see what goes on in the net practice sessions.

Anand Mahindra

The chairman of the Mahindra Group is quite active on Twitter. This business conglomerated has 7.4 million people followers. He shares entertaining videos from his Whatsapp wonder box.


He will make your day with his tweets. His tweets are witty, nostalgic, and sometimes pierce your heart. He tweets about daily affairs.

Harsh Goenka

This business tycoon is the chairman of the RPG group. Follow him for wisdom. His thoughts will bring a positive change in your life.

Sourav Ganguly

This former Indian Skipper and current BCCI president have a huge fan following. Jampacked Stadium, BCCI meeting to Durga Puja celebration all you can find in his tweets.

Rajdeep Sardesai

He is an eminent new anchor and is currently associated with India Today Group. He is also the author of the bestselling book How Modi Won India. He doesn't mince with his words and presents a very balanced view on any topic. To know what is going in the country, follow him.

Chetan Bhagat

This IIT, IIM alumnus, attracted the Young middle-class Indians to read English novels through his simple writings. All his books are best-sellers. His unbiased tweets are to the point.

Barkha Dutt

She is a journalist. She worked with NDTV for 21 years. She writes for foreign newspaper Washington Post and The Week Live. She is leading the multimedia content company MOJO story,  and her on-ground reports are worth to watch. 7 million people follow her on Twitter.

Subramaniam Swamy

He is a Rajya Sabha MP. This Harvard educated Economics Professor has 8.5 million followers. This extremely knowledgable man had exposed the 2G spectrum case. He tweets his lectures on various issues.

Karan Johar

Karan Johar is one of the biggest producers in Bollywood. He has given many blockbusters. He is the flag bearer of nepotism and criticized for giving meaty roles to the children of actors and actresses. Follow him to get an update on his upcoming movies.

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Harsha Bhogle

An Indian Cricket Commentator who started his journey at the age of 19. 8.4 million cricket enthusiasts follow him. He tweets all the updates related to Cricket.

Rahul Gandhi

He might have resigned from the Congress President post still he remains the face of opposition in India. 12.1 million people follow him. He asks the counter questions on government policies.

Taran Adarsh

He is a movie business analyst. Day wise collection of how much business a movie has done. All these pieces of information you can find in his timeline. He also tweets about the new movie announcements.

Ramachandra Guha

He is an Indian historian and the biographer of Mahatma Gandhi. He is author of the bestselling book India After Gandhi. Guha is a critique of right-wing ideology.

Shashi Tharoor

This former international diplomat is an acclaimed writer. He was formerly Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and contested for the post of Secretary-General in 2006. This Congress party will surely enhance your vocabulary if you follow him.


If you are interested in Indian History, then do follow them. Their Twitter account is full of fascinating pictures from historical moments in Indian History.

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