Ashish Chanchlani Becomes Third Indian Youtuber to Hit 20M Subscribers
Today, Youth Sensation, Ashish Chanchlani became the third YouTuber to reach 20M Subscribers. The famous Indian YouTuber Ashish Chanchlani known for his YouTube channel, Ashish Chanchlani Vines achieved the milestone and is now behind Amit Bhadana and Carry Minati. His sheer online presence coupled with his entertaining personality makes him one of the most successful influencers of all time.
Thanking his fans for this extraordinary achievement, Ashish said, “This is such a great and emotional moment for me. My journey from 'Ab Jaane de Ashu' till 'Ab Jaane nahi Dega Ashu' was only possible because of my fans. I and my entire team are on cloud nine. I personally feel after 6 years, we all have grown up along with the fans (Acvians). Our fans have made us who we are today. Saying thank you isn't enough. Going forward, I hope to receive the same support and love from everyone"
Ashish, born in Mumbai decided to join the world of the Internet by making vines in 2009. Ashish made his first YouTube video titled ‘How to annoy people who say ‘Tu Mere Baap Ko Janta Nahi Hai’ in 2014 which went viral. Despite many ups and downs in his career, Ashish delighted the audience with his comedy skits and soon became one of the most followed and loved Youtubers. Ashish also appeared in the web series 'Class of 2017' hosted on Alt Balaji. A brief clip of one of his videos was played on a screen in the backdrop of 2019 film Men in Black: International. He also directed a short film 'Aakhri Safar' in February 2020 on his YouTube channel. His team comprising of Kunal Chhabhria, Akash Dodeja, Simran Dhanwani, Muskan Chanchlani, Jashan Sirwani & Tanish Sirwani have been a part of Ashish's journey. With a massive fan following all over the country, the youth icon is one of the most important personalities in the current paradigm of the internet world.
Being one of India’s prominent digital frontrunners, Ashish has also been supporting the battle against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic in India. He contributed 3 lakh to PM-Cares Fund to fight against the coronavirus outbreak and extended his support towards flood-stricken North East India by donating 1 lakh each to Assam and Bihar CM relief fund. Along with this, Ashish is actively encouraging the next generation to practice social distancing as a civic duty by wearing masks at all times.