Indian YouTuber ‘CarryMinati’ named by Time magazine among ‘Next Generation Leaders’ 2019



Indian YouTuber Ajey Nagar has been named by Time magazine among its Nagar, 19, popularly known as With about 265 million monthly users, India overtook the US in 2018 to become the country with the biggest YouTube audience in the world. And with his energetic presentation style and Hindi lyrics, Nagar is now one of the most followed YouTubers in India, Among the other young leaders on this years list is 16-year old Greta Thunberg of Sweden who has become one of the most powerful voices castigating world leaders on climate change and demanding action, famously declaring during her speech to the UK Houses of Parliament that Nagars career got a massive boost in January when his With over 95 million subscribers, PewDiePie has been in a race against Indian music record label company T-Series to retain his title of most subscribed YouTube channel, Time said adding that Nagar, like many Indians, took offence when PewDiePie released a video that mocked the use of broken English by an Indian man. In a January 1 video titled Thats the audience Nagar is reaching, Nagar, who had interviewed Hollywood actors Tom Cruise and Henry Cavill to help promote their film He believes his popularity lies in his ability to stay connected to his roots and he remains reluctant to change in order to appeal to Westerners. The list also includes Ethan Lindenberger of Ohio, who got vaccinated against the wishes of his mother when he turned 18 a few months ago and is now advocating the need to get children vaccinated as the US grapples with the largest measles outbreak in a quarter century after declaring it eliminated in 2000. It also has Ramla Ali, born in Somalia and is the first Muslim woman to win an English boxing title, with her sights set on the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. Among others include South Koreas Kim Se-yeon, 19, the female gamer