Digital war between PewDiePie and T-Series intensifies; Fans trend ‘Mere Paas Maa Hai’
The digital war between PewDiePie and T-Series has become the talk of the town. Not only in India, but netizens have immersed themselves into this battle from all over the world. So much so, an old video of PewDiePie’s owner Felix Kjellberg has started trending on social media where he is seen talking bad about India. Many Indian fans have gone ahead to also trend ‘Mere Paas Maa Hai’ as a retaliation to that throwback PewDiePie video.
The movement to make T-Series the numero uno YouTube channel was started by their head honcho Bhushan Kumar himself as he urged people to participate in making an Indian product become the best in the world. Many celebs have also taken to social media to support the cause. Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Ajay Devgn, Varun Dhawan, Kriti Sanon, Anil Kapoor, John Abraham, Disha Patani and many others have spoken up about the same.
Here’s the throwback video is question:
Talking about the new hashtag ‘Mere Paas Maa Hai’, it’s surely going great on social media as fans from all over are pouring in to show their patriotism. Here are some of the tweets:
— 🇮🇳 Riya हिन्दुस्तानी 🇮🇳 (@24carratgold001) March 13, 2019
— Khushi (@iamKhushiparmar) March 13, 2019
"Mere Paas Maa Hai" For a moment i thought this was Rahul Gandhi's justification on why he should continue as PM candidate for Congress
— Nageswar (@Nageswaralways) March 13, 2019
Our country is our pride.
We don't want to listen anywords against our country.
Mere Paas Maa Hai.
C’mon @Tseries, let’s show the world we were born to win!
— 😍 रुपाली😘 (@SALAM_NAMSTE1) March 13, 2019
Frds we promise We will not take any insult against Bharat mata! We will make sure @Tseries becomes the no. 1 YouTube channel. Plzz subscribe. Mere Paas Maa Hai
— 🇮🇳 🙏Shalu🙏 🇮🇳 ✍️ (@shalu604_19) March 13, 2019
This movement of unification of Indian to make T-Series the top YouTube channel is slowly going viral. With the fluctuating number of subscribers every moment, the competition between PewDiePie and T-Series is cut throat.
Being the leading music company in the business, T-Series has carved a place for itself with films, songs as well as albums. The YouTube channel, founded on March 13, 2006, has 29 sub-channels as well. It features songs and film trailers all under the same hood, which is quite unique for a channel like this.