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India's 10 Most Popular Youtubers

India is one of the fastest growing markets for Google-powered YouTube, the company recently announced that it would soon double its user base in the country to 400 million. This growth is a group of talented Indian content creators who have a loyal fan on the social media platform. Here are the top 10 YouTubers from India, including a 106-year-old super-grandma.

Sanam

Sanam is an Indian music band that mainly plays covers of popular Bollywood songs. You have over 3.5 million subscribers and 14 million channel views every month. A few years ago, the band's singer, Sanam Puri, decided to upload a couple of videos he had recorded to music agents. But to his surprise, he soon received a check for $ 800 from Google, and it was then that he realized the band was quickly becoming a YouTube sensation. Sanam also recently won the award for the best Music Content Creators at the first ever Social Media Summit & Awards in India.

Nisha Madhulika

When Nisha Madhulika's two sons began their own careers, she felt a huge void in her life. Instead of wallowing in grief, she decided to do something constructive and started a food blog as she had always loved cooking. That hobby eventually turned into a full-time career when Madhulika launched a YouTube channel that grew at a pace the housewife never thought possible. The 59-year-old now has 3.6 million subscribers on her channel, where she conjures up delicious recipes. In addition to YouTube, Madhulika now also works as a columnist for many national publications.

All India Bakchod (AIB)

All India Bakchod (AIB) is a comedy sketch group, with four core members, who have produced a number of viral videos. AIB often uses humor to talk about social issues like mental health, rape, and sexism. They also hosted the very first Indian roast show called All India Bakchod Knockout Championship , for which a police complaint was filed against the group claiming excessive use of the offensive language. But these controversies have only fueled the popularity of this YouTube channel. An Amazon original with the title The Ministry , produced by AIB and starring Bollywood star Irrfan Khan, will be released in 2018.

Geeky Ranjit

As far as cell phone reviews go, no Indian YouTuber is as sought after as Geeky Ranjit. Although he's increasingly competing with other emerging broadcasters like C4ETECH and Technical Guruji, Geeky Ranjit has held up well so far. His followers are devoted to him for his detailed and honest opinion of every phone he reviews. In addition to cell phones, he also looks at various other devices such as laptops, sound systems, and game consoles. Geeky Ranjit has 1.4 million subscribers to his channel and it's only growing.

Sandeep Maheshwari

Before he became a well-known YouTuber, Sandeep Maheshwari was already a successful entrepreneur, starting ImagesBazaar, a photography website that has the world's largest collection of Indian images. However, on YouTube, Maheshwari is better known for his motivational videos, which have inspired millions of his followers to date. He has received numerous awards, including a Pioneer of Tomorrow Award from ET Now, a prominent English news broadcaster in India.

Bhuvan Bam

Bhuvan Bam's YouTube channel is called BB Ki Vines and has 6.3 million subscribers. making him the most subscribed YouTuber in India. His sketches, which resemble that of the famous comedian Lilly Singhs, Superwoman, have had over 842 million views to date. He initially posted these hilarious videos on Facebook, and when he realized they were getting quite a few hits, Bam decided that YouTube was his next big goal. Bam is not only a very talented comic, but also a singer and his original song, Sang Hoon Tere, has been seen by 7.5 million people so far.

Country food

Country Food is Mastanamma's YouTube channel, who at 106 is also the oldest YouTuber in the world. Mastanamma, who is an expert in making delicious food from minimal ingredients and equipment, has become an unusual cooking sensation. While she has nearly a million subscribers on her channel, her videos have been viewed over 100 million times. Mastanamma's YouTube channel is managed by her great-grandson, K. Laxman.

Actor Varun Pruthi

With the slogan #BringingHumanityBack, Varun Pruthi makes videos on topics such as poverty and sexism in India. Some of his videos have been viewed 10 million times. It seems like Pruthi is trying to make the world a better place, but it has also attracted a lot of controversy. He walked around Delhi once handing out Rs 1000 (£ 11) to the poor, showing how they got openly emotional at the gesture. Some have accused Pruthi of presenting himself as the Messiah and starting his acting career with YouTube. Love him or hate him, millions of Indians can't seem to ignore him.

Be Indian

On the Indian YouTube channel, host Sahil Khattar speaks to a group of young Indians on the streets in different cities across the country. Through a veil of comedy, Khattar addresses a range of subjects that are considered taboo in Indian societies. These include sex, dating, and menstruation, among others. It is thanks to Khattar that he enables these people to speak on topics they would not normally see. One of their most watched videos is Mumbai on orgasm, that has been viewed over two million times.

Kanan Gill and Biswa Kalyan Rath

While Kanan Gill and Biswa Kalyan Rath are separate, YouTube channels that initially got famous when they made videos together on Gill's channel. The duo's hilarious reviews of the best Bollywood films called Pretentious Movie Reviews have earned them millions of fans, but sadly, they have stopped creating these priceless comic book gems. Following their YouTube star, Gill and Rath made their Bollywood debuts, and the latter also has a web series titled for Amazon Prime Laakhon My Ek .


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