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Mujhe maat maaron, mein thora horny feel kar raha hun. (Don't beat me, I am feeling a bit horny [sick].)

―Bhuvan's Dad

Bhuvan Bam (Born: January 22, 1994 (1994-01-22) [age 24]), better known online as BB Ki Vines, is an Indian YouTuber and a music composer and stage performer. All his earnings are through his live performances and original songs. Bhuvan Bam started making vines and YouTube videos after checking his new phone's camera. His videos became a popular on YouTube very quickly with each video reaching a million views and a huge number of subscribers. Most of the videos portray the different characters in Bhuvan's life such as his heavily tech-ignorant father and deeply sensitive mother who cries at the drop of a hat. There are different series as well such as Angry Masterji (Angry Teacher) and Dr. Sehgal. BB Ki Vines currently has 8.2 million subscribers and over 1 billion total views.


Despite the name of the channel, his videos aren't actually in a 'vine' format and are much longer. Most of his videos are comedy-oriented, while two or three serve to send a social message.

His videos have him dressing up as different characters(including females) and portraying their conversations in a humorous manner. One frame only has one character with there not yet being a single video to have two characters in the same frame at once. In the transition from one character to another, the voice is overlapped by him sometimes to give a more realistic feel of a conversation.

Early Life

Not much has been revealed about Bhuvan's life, neither through his videos nor through his Facebook page. Bhuvan was born in New Delhi, India. Bhuvan did his early education in Green Fields School and then attained a degree from Shaheed Bhagat Singh College.

Second YouTube Channel

He has a second YouTube channel which is less popular and has over 38k subscribers and which he started in 2009. He posts his composed music on this channel. His most popular video on this channel is Ban-Chod, which criticises the unscrupulous banning by the ruling government in India and pointing to the hypocritical attitude of the country's people.