Top 10 Famous Indian YouTubers in 2022 With Most Subscribers
There was a time when most of the kids of an Indian middle-class family wanted to become either a doctor, engineer or a cricketer.
But the internet revolution has changed the entire mentality. Nowadays one out of 10 kids want to become a YouTuber or Social Media Influencer.
The inspirations behind these are the most successful YouTubers, kind-of celebrities. Today we’re sharing with you the list of top 10 famous indian youtubers in 2022 with highest numbers of subscribers.
|Rank||YouTuber Name||YouTube Channels||Total Subscribers|
|1) Total Gaming|
2) Ajjubhai Gaming
|3||Ashish Chanchlani||Ashish Chanchlani Vines||28.1 Million|
|4||Bhuvan Bam||BB Ki Vines||25.4 Million|
|5||Wasim Ahmed, Nazim Ahmed & Zayn Saifi||Round2Hell||25.7 Million|
|6||Amit Bhadana||Amit Bhadana||23.9 Million|
|7||Ujjwal Chaurasia||1) Techno Gamerz|
|8||Gaurav Chaudhary||1) Technical Guruji|
2) Gaurav Chaudhary
|9||Sandeep Maheshwari||1) Sandeep Maheshwari|
Sandeep Maheshwari Spirituality
|10||Dilraj Singh Rawat||1) Mr. Indian Hacker|
2) Dilraj Singh
Ajey Nagar is a YouTuber from Faridabad, Haryana, India, best known for his channel “Carry Minati.”
“STeaLThFeArzZ,” his first YouTube channel, was launched in December 2010. There were videos on that channel on games, football techniques, and tech tutorials, among other things. It was, however, in vain and unsuccessful.
Then he launched another channel, which he initially called “Carrydeol” but eventually changed to “CarryMinati.”
Carry Minati is India’s top YouTuber as of last month, March 2022, and he’s on his way to become the most successful person on the planet.
2) Total Gaming
Ajay launched the YouTube channels Total Gaming & Total Gaming Live (now Ajjubhai Gaming) in October 2018, but he was unable to join the PUBG Mobile community like many others.
Ajay prefers to keep his personal life private and avoids the glamor of YouTube stardom. As a result, he never revealed his complete name or face.
3) Ashish Chanchlani Vines
Ashish Chanchlani, recognized for his comedic timing, was born in Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra, India, on November 7, 1993.
His family has a history of working in Bollywood, and they have been quite supportive of him throughout his career.
People showered Ashish with lots of appreciation for delivering creative and great videos when he established his YouTube account in 2009.
All of this has earned him one of India’s most popular YouTubers, as well as for his comic parodies.
4) BB Ki Vines
Bhuvan Bam, who is known for his inventiveness and wit, was born on January 21, 1994, in New Delhi.
He’s not only a YouTube sensation, but also a fantastic singer. He began his singing career in New Delhi at numerous pubs before creating his YouTube channel.
He prefers to be referred to as a singer, songwriter, and musician. He not only has a large following on YouTube, but also on other social media platforms. He was included in Forbes India’s 30 Under 30 list.
Wasim, Nazim, and Zayn, three pals, founded their YouTube channel in 2015. They were originally idling their time, but they soon became concerned about how they would earn their daily wages.
For this, they formed a YouTube channel to achieve fame, where they attempted but failed to create some football tutorial videos. Then they gathered their wits and set out to create a series of comedic videos.
Surprisingly, people began to appreciate their work. YouTube invited them to a fanfest in Delhi, and their dreams came true!
6) Amit Bhadana
YouTube Star Amit Bhadana is a resident of Faridabad, India, and was born on September 7th, 1991.
When he discussed pursuing a career in YouTube to his parents, it was difficult for him to convince them, as it is with every normal middle-class Indian family.
His specialty is creating humorous video material with his friends and family on subjects like relationships, day-to-day living events, and comedic acts.
7) Techno Gamerz
The lord of the gaming world, or Ujjwal Chaurasia, who is also famous for his YouTube channel Techno Gamerz, has gained a massive following for his GTA gameplay video series. All of his videos end with a witty narrative about a real-life incident.
Last year, he expanded into games like Minecraft, Hitman 2, and Resident Evil 3, which garnered him a lot of attention and a million subscribers.
He also got into mobile gaming through his second YouTube channel, Ujjwal Gamer, which did well.
8) Technical Guruji
Isn’t Technical Guruji the first name that comes to mind when it comes to finding the most trustworthy technology-related/gadget reviews?
Gaurav Chaudhary, also known as Technical Guruji, was born on May 7, 1991, in Ajmer, Rajasthan.
In the year 2015, he launched his YouTube channel as Technical Guruji. Where he uploaded videos in Hindi on technology, smartphones, reviews, unboxing, and so on.
He launched his second channel, Gaurav Chaudhary Official, in 2017, and it now has over 5 million members. He launched his third channel, TG Shorts, in March 2021, which now has more than 600k subscribers.
His videos are really helpful and instructive, and his presentation is simple enough for anyone to understand. Forbes India’s 30 Under 30 rankings have included him.
9) Sandeep Maheshwari
Sandeep Maheshwari is a well-known personality in the field of motivational speaking as well as an entrepreneur.
He founded imagebazaar.com in 2006, which has grown to become the world’s largest database of Indian photographs and other images.
Sandeep launched his original YouTube channel in 2012 and after 3 years he started his second channel in 2015.
He has garnered numerous awards, including the British Council’s Young Creative Entrepreneur Award and Entrepreneur India Summit’s Creative Entrepreneur of the Year 2013.
10. Mr. Indian Hacker
He was raised in Ajmer, Rajasthan, India, where he was born on January 8, 1996 as Dilraj Singh Rawat. He began his YouTube career in 2012.
On his Youtube channel, he has so far uploaded almost 600 videos. In 2017, he launched a new channel called Dilraj Singh.
His second channel has similarly grown in popularity. He’s also started a new channel called ‘Mr. Titanium,’ which has 1.09 million subscribers.