Mukesh Khanna supports CarryMinati in Youtube VS TikTok war, asks Aijaz Kham to apologize

The fight between Indian YouTube and TikTok stars seems unstoppable. Now, the veteran actor Mukesh Khanna has jumped in favour of CarryMinati.

Many including Hindustani Bhau, Elvish Yadav, Bhuvan Bam, Ashish Chanchlani and several others have come forward to support CarryMinati. The actor Khanna has also extended his support to Indian YouTuber Ajey Nagar aka CarryMinati in his YouTube vs TikTok war.

Sharing a video, Mukesh defended Carry Minati. However, he also shared advice with CarryMinati. He says, “I support CarryMinati against TikTok. His video has been taken down from YouTube which is not right according to me. If one has to remove, they should also get rid of many objectionable contents available on YouTube.”

“I, hereby, would also like to advise Carry Minati to choose his words and statements carefully. Avoid using words or sentences that would hurt others sentiments. People love and follow you a lot and hence you should choose your words wisely. Many times a righteous person can also be proved wrong if he doesn’t use his words wisely,” he adds further.

Earlier, Hindustani Bhau also backed Ajey Nagar. He was so irate that he publically removed his TikTok account that has as many as 1.5 million followers. In the video clip, Hindustani Bhau showed that he has a massive 1.5 million followers. Nonetheless, he specifically mentioned that he does not bother too much about TikTok and also called YouTube and Instagram his family.

It all started when Amir Siddiqui, who is a TikTok star accused Youtubers of spreading hate while also making jokes on appearances of those creating content on TikTok. Needless to say, TikTok star admitted later on that a few points which he made in the video were irrelevant and incorrect.

Several YouTubers took to their channels to roast Amir Siddiqui for his video. The Youtubers also confessed their faults and promised to be extra careful with their jokes in future while Amir also accepted his faults and made an apology video.

Nonetheless, despite the mini truce between the two sides, the video clip being taken down upset the YouTube community along with the fans. The trending page on Twitter was flooded with hashtags asking YouTube to bring back CarryMinati’s video. Needless to say, no response was received from their end.

Writer, historian, and activist Dharam Sikarwar is a very active author The Youth. He writes on national and international issues, environment, politics. He is an avid book reader as well.