Ashish Chanchlani becomes 2nd Indian YouTuber to cross 25 mn subscribers

Ashish Chanchlani, the man behind the glorious YouTube channel Ashish Chanchlani vines added another feather in his cap by hitting a mind-boggling 25 MILLION Subscribers. Not long ago Ashish became the 3rd YouTuber in India to Hit 20 Million Subscribers. Now with this feat coming through we cannot help but be excited!!

Ashish, who’s a youth icon today, started his journey as a content creator back in 2009 with comic vines. He made his first YouTube video in 2014 called How to annoy people who say ‘Tu Mere Baap Ko Janta Nahi Hai’ and it went absolutely viral. From that point, on he has faced many challenges but managed to rise above them with his unique content. His record-breaking videos like Garmi Ke Side-Effects, The Mummy, Baap Bijli Aur Bill Ft. Shahid Kapoor, and Tuition Classes and Bachche that recently crossed 100 million views made him a household name. His comic sketches and relatable storylines have managed to garner a large fanbase over time.

Moreover, he also directed a short film called ‘Aakhri Safar‘ in February 2020 and shared it on his channel. Ashish’s team consisting of Kunal Chhabhria, Akash Dodeja, Simran Dhanwani, Muskan Chanchlani, Jashan Sirwani, and Tanish Sirwani have also proved to be an important catalyst to his success.

Thanking everyone Ashish said, "This is a huge moment for me. The journey has been adventurous. I want to thank each and every one of you #Acvians, without whom I wouldn’t have seen this day. Every time I reach a milestone, I feel like pinching myself."

As one of the most prominent content creators in the country, Ashish has always believed in leveraging his position for the social good. He recently contributed ₹3,00,000 to PM-Cares Fund in order to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition, he extended his support towards the flood-stricken North East and donated ₹1,00,000 each to Bihar and Assam’s CM relief fund. Apart from this, he continuously encourages the youth to abide by the current government regulations and wear a mask. 

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