CarryMinati's Yalgar becomes most liked Indian video on YouTube, breaks BPraak's song 'Filhall' record
CarryMinati's video on Youtube vs TikTok broke numerous records, and even though the video was officially removed from the platform, his video managed to break many records including Fastest Indian YouTube video to reach 10 million likesAuthor : Sunaina
India's roast king CarryMinati is on the seventh sky after his huge success. Anything he touches turned into a success. CarryMinati AKA Ajey Nagar on Saturday dropped his new roast song called Yalgaar on his Youtube channel.
In a matter of only two days, Yalgar broke the record of BPraak's like record. In a span of 2 days, Yalgar has garnered 9 million likes on YouTube, on the other hand BPraak's song Filhall which was most liked Indian video on YouTube has 6.8 million likes.
CarryMinati's video on Youtube vs TikTok broke numerous records, and even though the video was officially removed from the platform, his video managed to break many records including Fastest Indian YouTube video to reach 10 million likes, a record for most subscribers in a single day and week as well as the record for the most number of subscribers gained in 24 hours (1.8 Million)
View this post on InstagramMy mouth was shut but my mind wanted to explode when youtube removed the roast video. I was so upset about it because first of all carry is the person I love the most and secondly that video was his baby and I remember how happy he was about all of it when the roast video came out. I just wanted to share this with all the people who love him and care about him, you guys are the best people on the planet. In the end we are humans too and we get happy and sad too but if it's about my baby brother, I am always ready to kill.##$$🤫 "MORE POWER TO YOU BHAI" P.S we worked day and night on this and that's why we look exhausted😛 #YALGAARHO #weliveformusic🙏A post shared by Wily Frenzy (@wilyfrenzy) on
The roast song is composed & produced by Wily Frenzy, while it is written and sung by Ajey Nagar himself. The video is shot by Shlok Mishra & Lakshay Bhoria.
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