|Born||January 22, 1994|
|Education||Shaheed Bhagat Singh College|
|Also known as||BB Ki Vines|
|Years active||2015 – present|
|Total views||1.28 billion|
|Subscriber and view counts updated as of September 2018.|
Bhuvan Bam (born 22 January 1994) is an Indian comedian, and YouTube personality from New Delhi, India. He is known for his YouTube comedy channel BB Ki Vines and work in The Bachelors produced by The Viral Fever and in Happi Fi's Bro Court.
Early life and education
He did his schooling from Green Fields School, New Delhi and earned a Bachelor's degree from Shaheed Bhagat Singh College. Bhuvan Bam started his career as a musician performing in restaurants. He later started composing his own songs.
He started his Internet career with sarcastic video of a news reporter who asked a woman insensitive questions regarding the death of her son due to the Kashmir floods, which got about 15,000 views on Facebook. His first video "I'm feeling horny" went viral in Pakistan, inspiring Bam to create his own YouTube channel in June 2015.
BB Ki Vines
BB Ki Vines is a YouTube channel whose 2–8 minutes long videos humorously depict the life of an urban teenager. The YouTube channel has more than 10 million subscribers and over 1.2 billion views (as of 12 September 2018). The videos are filmed using a front facing camera on a phone by himself. He originally uploaded his videos to Facebook, and then to YouTube.
|2016||Teri Meri Kahaani||2 August 2016|
|2018||Sang Hoon Tere||12 January 2018|
|2018||Safar||13 June 2018|
|2018||Rahguzar||29 August 2018|
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