'Shaktimaan' Mukesh Khanna comes out in support of CarryMinati over 'YouTube vs TikTok' controversy, says 'sometimes we are proven wrong despite being right'


Ever since YouTube pulled down social media sensation CarryMinati's 'YouTube vs TikTok' video, fans, celebrities and YouTubers are coming out in support of him. Now, Shaktimaan actor Mukesh Khanna has made a video for the young YouTuber, supporting him and also giving a piece of advice with it. 

Mukesh appeared in a video on his Bheeshm International’s YouTube channel (Producers of Shaktimaan) and said, His video has been deleted, which is wrong as per my opinion. If such videos have to be deleted, then delete all those videos that are problematic.”

But Mukesh also gave advice to CarryMinati. He said, “Choose your words and sentences properly. Don’t use words and sentences that hurt people’s sentiments. I want to tell CarryMinati that people support you and love you, which is why the selection of proper words is important. Sometimes, just because of the poor choice of words, we are proven wrong despite being right.”

The video garnered over 21 lakh views in just one day. 

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CarryMinati also posted a video on Sunday asking people to not make assumptions and take the dialogues from his deleted video and blow it out of proportion. 


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For the unversed, CarryMinati created a video on YouTube vs TikTok. He was seen roasting popular TikToker Amir Siddiqui (who had once claimed he would be honoured to get roasted by CarryMinati) and netizens gave more than their approval to the video. But soon YouTube pulled down the video over the charges of "violating YouTube's policy on harassment and bullying." CarryMinati’s fans came out in support of him and got furious to see one of the most successful videos of his channel being taken down. This video was so popular that it managed to bring in over 7 million views under a week and also doubled CarryMinati’s subscriber count from 8 million to over 16.6 million.