YouTube is one of the most popular platforms for education, communication, and entertainment, with over 467 million monthly active users. When it comes to entertainment, not only do Millennials dazzle us with their charisma, but Gen Z has also entered the fray! 

Not the Prajakta Koli or Bhuvan Bam, but today we’ll talk about those Gen Z kids who can’t be called kids because of their wits and comedic punches. 

@carryminati, a.k.a Ajay Nager

We know who he is with just a statement, “Toh Kaise Ho Aap Log”! This 23-year-old has 37.5 million subscribers and over 3 billion views. This guy has professed over Roasting, Humour, Live Gaming, and Rapping since he began his career in 2014. His sense of humor, witty dialogues, and vast knowledge of gaming have earned him widespread acclaim and recognition in India and around the world. Carryminati has created several hugely successful videos in collaboration with many other Indian YouTubers, including BB Ki Vines and Harsh Beniwal. And we want him to do more things like his amusing skits. 

@niharika_nm, a.k.a Niharika Nm

This 24-year-old YouTuber has twice represented India at YouTube Creators for Change. Niharika has a global fanbase of over 2.8 million followers on Instagram. Fans regard her as the most relatable and entertaining creator of all time. Your girl recently won the Cannes World Influencers And Bloggers Awards for Youth Icon-Entertainer of the Year. Her unique selling point is her South Indian slang and accent. Her witty accent, comedy timing, screen presence, and relatable content helped her gain popularity on YouTube and Instagram.

@mythpat, a.k.a Mithilesh Patankar

Fans recognize him for his charismatic voice and punches. He now has over 12.5 million subscribers on YouTube and 2.2 million subscribers on Instagram. All of this was enough to earn him a Streamy for International Creator of the Year. A Doraemon dubbing video in particular went viral. Following that, he continued to grow on YouTube by including gaming prank videos. The majority of gaming content was Minecraft and GTA. He is always coming up with interesting ideas to keep the audience interested.

@slayypoint a.k.a, Gautami Kawale and Abhyudaya Mohan

The reputed creator of the BINOD trend that swept the internet during the pandemic. It all started when one of the YouTube users, Binod Tharu, simply wrote his name ‘Binod’ in the comments without adding anything else. And thus began the trend that brought together Creators, Memers, Brands, and Netizens. Slayy Point has 7.5 million subscribers, a 6.33% engagement rate, and an average of 8 million views across all videos. They post comedic videos about millennial-friendly topics like the internet, Bollywood, social media, and other bizarre occurrences in society. 

@awkwardgoat3 a.k.a, Divija Bhasin

She is unquestionably a queen, delivering humorous videos about mental health and serving as a gateway in times of stress. Divija’s YouTube channel has 12.6K subscribers. She also posts about anxiety, cyberbullying, feminism, school problems, and men’s mental health on Instagram, where she has around 22,000 followers. Divija, in addition to performing these amusing yet informative skits, is a psychologist with an MSc in Clinical Psychology from the University of Bath.