There is a saying that says successful people don't do different things, they do things differently. And there is a young man who has made this saying into his life motto - Amit Bhadana. By observing the things around and presenting them in a different hitherto unseen manner, Amit Bhadana has gone a long way to become the first Indian YouTuber to cross 20 million subscribers. His constant wit and unending perseverance have helped him reach where he is now.
Early Life of Amit Bhadana
This young YouTuber was born in a middle-class family in Uttar Pradesh on 7 September 1994. He was brought up in Delhi as his family moved to the city later. Although what he's doing now was his dream since his childhood, he did not have much support from his family.
Just like any other Indian parents his parents were worried about his future and was forced to go through the conventional path dictated by the society. He completed his undergraduate degree in law from Delhi University.
Trial With YouTube
Although he began his YouTube channel in 2012, he started uploading videos properly from 2017. His first video "exams be like, board preparation be like" has over 5 million views.
Since then most of his videos which are a replication of the life of common people have continued to get the trending tag within a few hours of its release. His presentation style is so different from others which is what serves as the foundation to his huge fan base.
The Scary Convincing
Amit admits that he was very scared to tell his parents when he started the YouTube channel. He says that throughout his degree he knew that he did not want to be a lawyer or a judge. The only reason he took up law as his degree was to quench the anxiety of his parents as well as the concerns of the society.
Since he was scared he did not had the courage to tell his parents when he started the YouTube channel. In fact they came to know about the channel through one of their family members who informed his parents when he started getting popular through his videos.
Being an ardent fan of many Bollywood stars, especially Akshay Kumar and Aamir Khan, he wanted to collaborate with them for his videos. And he did exactly that. Apart from Akshay Kumar, he has also created videos along with Ajay Devgan.
He has also made a dub video of a song by Eminem and also a reply to "hello "by Adele. Since then many such videos have been released by various youtubers.
It is not just videos that he does, Amit has also tried his luck in the music as well. In 2019, his first music track named “Parichay” was released along with Ankit Singh Patyal, popularly known as Ikka. In 2021, Amit along with Badshah released another music track named “Aatmvishwas”.
Representations of Real Life
Most of the characters that are featured in his videos are real people from his own life. He is of the opinion that the best content is right next to you and you just have to present them in a different way.
When Amit portrays characters from his life, they become so relatable. This relatability has immensely fueled the expansion of his audience base. He did not hesitate to acknowledge that some characters are his own close friends who do not mind getting featured.
Amit Bhadana - Now
As of June 2021, he has 23 million subscribers on YouTube. Beginning by creating small snippets from any kind of content that he stumbles upon, today Amit Bhadana has a full-fledged team that curates, shoots, and edits the content. His dream is not to confine to the same kind of content creation. He wants to diversify his knowledge and exposure to newer avenues of content creation. In future, he aims to make a full-fledged comedy film.
What is the age of Amit Bhadana?
Amit Bhadana was born on 7 September 1994 and is 26 years old.
What is the average YouTube income of Amit Bhadana?
The average per video income of Amit Bhadana is approximately 10 lakh.
What is the net worth of Amit Bhadana?
The net worth of Amit Bhadana is approximately $7 million (50 crore).
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