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Kareena Kapoor Khan questions YouTuber Carryminati on his roast videos

Indian YouTuber Ajey Nagar aka Carryminati has witnessed an immense rise in the popularity of India’s YouTube community. The social media sensation bagged a role in Ajay Devgn’s upcoming film Mayday and now has also made an appearance on Kareena Kapoor Khan’s talk show What Women Want, which is produced by Mirchi.

During the interview, Kareena questioned Ajay about his roast videos which are pretty popular online. The YouTuber responded by saying, “First of all, whenever I roast someone, I take their permission. The person should know that I am making a video on him. If that person is familiar with my content, they have an idea of what to expect, and obviously, if they are not, they can always check out my channel. Until I get permission, I do not make a video. Secondly, from what I have seen, people’s reactions are mostly positive. Even if they troll the person, he is still getting fame and the audience to showcase his content. I would say they definitely get a boost. And the tone of my videos is friends sitting together and making fun of each other. I never make it intense.”

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