In this today's world, we have seen lots of people getting famous for their behavior or for their acts. Today we bring you Top 10 Internet Sensations of India who rose to fame with their videos or gigs which went viral and which made them stars. Take a look:
Priya Prakash Varrier
The latest internet sensation who rose to fame overnight with just a wink is Priya Prakash Varrier. A Malayalam actress who is going to make her acting debut with 'Oru Adaar Love' has millions of followers on social media within 24 hours. Her short video form the song instantly went viral and she became a star.
A teacher of Accounting from the Indian School of Commerce Kochi too became a star with her performance on Malayalam song Jimikki Kammal. The video of her dance performance went viral and she rose to fame. In an interview, Sheril said she doesn't even have a profile on Twitter but people keep asking me if I have tweeted about things that I have never heard about. After her dance videos, she started getting film offers as well.
Bhuvan Bam is the most popular Internet sensation of India, who rose to fame overnight with his post on insensitive news anchors. He posted a small video on Facebook which went viral and he became a star overnight. In 2015, Bhuvan started his YouTube channel and since then he has not looked back. Today he has around 6.2 million subscribers to his channel 'BB Ki Vines'. Though his videos are full of cuss words still he manages to send a social message to his audience.
Sanam Puri is the lead singer of the music band which has Sanam's brother Samar Puri, and two friends Venkat Subramaniyam and Keshav Dhanraj. They started their music career by auditioning for Times Music Superstars hunt for a pop band and became the winner. Today they have around 3.4 million subscribers to their channel.
Internet comedian and entertainer who has garnered popularity on his Ashish Chanchlani vines YouTube channel. He has amassed over 3.1 million subscribers there for his original comedic vignettes and parodies, as well as his own personal vlogs. He started his YouTube channel in 2009. His channel has amassed a combined 288 million views, with videos such as 'That one friend who sings all songs confidently with wrong lyrics PART 3: DESPACITO' earning nearly four million views alone.
Shruti Anand is not an overnight star but still, she rules the web with her make-up tutorial videos on her YouTube channel. A techie by profession Shruti started uploading her make-up tutorial videos just as a hobby and then she and her husband also a techie decided to do it on regular basis. Now they have a dedicated team and they want to launch their own product lines for their user base. She has 1.1 million subscribers to her list.
In 2007, Hyderabad-based Ranjit Kumar was a programmer who, like most of his tribe, was earning well and leading a more than comfortable life. The only problem? He was bored to death. To relieve the ennui, he started reviewing gadgets. What started as textbased reviews evolved into videos, which he duly uploaded on You-Tube. In the first year, he hardly got any views and just 1,600 subscribers. He persevered, uploading six videos a week. Things started to change around 2014, recalls the 38-year-old. Now, he has around 1.4 million subscribers to his YouTube channel Geekyranjit.
Kanan Gill is a professional software engineer. He used to write comic songs and comic gigs for college band and in 2013 Kanan started taking comedy seriously and he won many gigs in Bangalore and Mumbai. His collaboration with Biswa Kalyan Rath for Pretentious Movie Reviews was widely appreciated and he became a star. He has around 600K subscribers to his YouTube channel.
Shraddha Sharma is a singer from Dehradun who started out by uploading videos to YouTube. Her first video uploaded to YouTube was a cover of the song 'Main Tenu Samjhawan Ki' from the movie 'Virsa' at the age of 15 on 30 April 2011. Shraddha rose to fame with her fourth video, which she uploaded in 2011. It was 'Haal-e-Dil' a song from Murder 2. The video got more than 700,000 views. She has around 237K subscribers to her channel.
Trained in Carnatic and Hindustani Classical music, Moidutty has sung for Bollywood movies as well. Apart from singing covers, she has collaborated with Sanam, sang for Vishal and Shekhar and has even rendered her voice for ads. Moidutty has been singing since she was seven and sings in Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Malayalam, Telugu, Punjabi, Kannada, English and Hindi. She has around 124K subscribers to her channel.