It won’t be wrong to say that YouTube has become the biggest platform to connect with the world. Whether it is news, opinions, viral videos, advertisements or live streaming, we are addicted to YouTube like anything. It has become a necessity and a way of life. Another great thing is the popularity of YouTubers. The better you talk and entertain, the bigger star you become.
We know that T-series is India’s biggest YouTube channel, and now it is aspiring to be the world’s no 1. The only thing standing in its way is PewDiePie.
PewDiePie is a famous Swedish Youtuber. He makes videos of himself reacting to things, playing games and doing live comedy.
As per YouTube, he currently has 88,970,455 followers whereases T-series has 88, 874, 257. Seeing this close battle, Bhushan Kumar has urged people to subscribe to T-series and make it the leading YouTube channel in the world.
Just a few steps away from becoming the world’s biggest YouTube channel. Lets create history by making India win. Click here & subscribe to T-Series: https://t.co/uUaiWykbbb #BharatWinsYouTube @itsBhushanKumar pic.twitter.com/ZgEsXgvzy2Advertisement
— TSeries (@TSeries) March 6, 2019
Well, this victory will put us on the global map in the digital world. Also, Bollywood seems all pumped up for this mission, and they are trending #BharatWinsYouTube on Twitter.
— Arjun Kapoor (@arjunk26) March 11, 2019
This will be a proud moment for India 🇮🇳 T-Series is on the brink of becoming the biggest YouTube Channel in the World 🌟
— Yo Yo Honey Singh (@asliyoyo) March 11, 2019
— Anil Kapoor (@AnilKapoor) March 9, 2019
You can make India win! It’s so exciting to know that @Tseries, is on the brink of becoming the biggest YouTube channel in the world! Good luck @itsBhushanKumar! Let’s all subscribe to ensure #BharatWinsYouTube pic.twitter.com/um8cmiWcUr
— Varun ZAFAR Dhawan (@Varun_dvn) March 7, 2019
— Sonakshi Sinha (@sonakshisinha) March 11, 2019
T-Series has been the leading music label in India since the 1990s. Founded by Gulshan Kumar in 1983, T-series currently owns 29 YouTube channels which makes content in different languages. As per the recent records, T-Series overtook PewDiePie on March 9, but the YouTuber regained the lead in next 3 minutes. The same thing happened again on March 11th, and it took ‘PewDiePie’ only 18 minutes to regain the lead. We are not going to give up so easily. Right, guys? Will you show your support for T-Series? Share your thoughts in comments.