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What is the real name of Bhuvam Bam? How going viral in Pakistan inspired him to start ‘BB Ki Vines’?

It was in April 2022 when BB Ki Vines landed in controversies for his skit called Automatic Gadi. One of his jokes implied human tracking of Pahadi women, which didn’t sit right with the National Commission for Women.

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New Delhi: Bhuvam Bam, better known by his YouTube name BB ki Vines is counted among the funniest YouTubers in India. The multi-talented comedian took the concept of vines to a whole other level.

His self-recorded videos where he plays a dozen of characters by himself have got him as many as 26.1 million subscribers. However, his real name remains unknown to most of his new fans. While most are aware that BB ki Vines is Bhuvam Bam’s channel, his birth name is not known much.

What is the real name of Bhuvam Bam?

Bhuvam Bam alias BB Ki Vines was born Gujarat as Avnindra Shankar Bam. While his family was Maharashtrian, they soon moved to Delhi where Bam received his education.

He has a bachelor’s degree in History.

When Bhuvam Bam got viral in Pakistan?

This is another lesser-known fact about the YouTube star. It all started when he uploaded a satirical skit of a reporter asking insensitive questions to a woman whose son passed away in the Kashmir floods.

 

The video unexpectedly blew up and got viral in Pakistan. That’s when Bhuvam Bam came up with the idea of starting BB Ki Vines.

When BB Ki Vines went too far?

Bhuvam plays multiple characters by himself. His skits are full of sexual innuendos and double-meaning jokes. And there is a fine line between sexual comedy and sexist comedy which can be easily crossed.

It was in April 2022 when BB Ki Vines landed in controversies for his skit called Automatic Gadi. One of his jokes implied human tracking of Pahadi women, which didn’t sit right with the National Commission for Women.

However, Bhuvan Bam apologized and removed the offensive part after NCW directed Delhi Police to file an FIR against the YouTube comedian.

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