YouTube has seen quite a growth in Pakistan with time. It has now become a very popular streaming platform with millions of videos and thousands of content creators from Pakistan. We’ve taken the liberty to gather some of the most popular YouTubers in Pakistan who with time have not only become famous within Pakistan but also outside of Pakistan.
20 Top Pakistani Youtubers
We’ve compiled a list of individual YouTubers except for popular media channels on YouTube with the most Subscribers.
|Name||Subscribers on Youtube|
|P 4 Pakao||3.58 Million|
|Food Fusion||3.51 Million|
|Village Food Secrets||3.18 Million|
|Qasim Ali Shah||2.83 Million|
|Ducky Bhai||2.7 Million|
|Asad Ali||2.15 Million|
|Khujlee Family||1.48 Million|
|GFX Mentor||1.35 Million|
|Bekaar films||1.22 Million|
|Our vines||1.22 Million|
|Irfan Junejo||1.11 Million|
|Karachi Vynz Official||1.07 Million|
|Taimoor Salahuddin||1.02 Million|
|How to Urdu||648k|
Nadir Ali – P 4 Pakao – 3.58 Million subscribers
Nadir Ali is the creator of P 4 Pakao, Pakistan’s most famous YouTube channel, which has grown to become the country’s largest independent channel in 2021. It is the first independent Pakistani YouTube channel to cross a million subscribers. It’s also the first YouTube channel from Pakistan to cross 3.58 million subscribers.
Nadir Ali is a YouTuber from Karachi who began his channel in 2016. Many of his early videos went viral on Facebook, and he still has a sizable following there as of this writing. Nadir Ali has received acclaim as a comedian on both sides of the India-Pakistan border.
Food Fusion – 3.51 Million Subscribers
If you enjoy cooking all things Indian, you’ve probably heard of Food Fusion. People of all ages from Pakistan and throughout the world enjoy watching the online cookery channel. Asad and Saima, co-owners of a firm with a similar name, have built a fantastic local brand on YouTube around Food and Recipes. They’re extending the main channel, and a slew of other subsidiary channels are sprouting underneath their roasting.
Mubashir Saddiqui – Village Food Secrets – 3.18 Million Subscribers
Mubashir Siddique used to work as a plant manager in a Sialkot-based football manufacturing firm. He also worked in Malaysia for a few years, but he left everything and returned home to support his family, and then the silver lining appeared.
In the small village of Shahpur in Sialkot District, Mubashir, a 33-year-old Pakistani, started his Youtube channel Village Food Secrets, with food recipes shared from his village throughout the world. Mubashir Siddique from a small village has been a YouTube phenomenon in no time, with a channel following of 3.18 million subscribers in just two years. With his dedication and work, it makes us feel proud to say that he is one of the top YouTubers in Pakistan.
Qasim Ali Shah – 2.83 Million Subscribers
Qasim Ali Shah is a well-known motivational speaker and mentor. His online presence and content are very common among Pakistan’s masses and educated youth. His YouTube channels are focused on his lectures and short motivational posts, which have gained a lot of attention. He is one of YouTube’s top gainers in terms of new subscribers, standing at 2.83 million.
Saad Ur Rehman – Ducky Bhai – 2.7 Million Subscribers
Saad ur Rehman is the guy behind Pakistan’s most popular roasting YouTube channel. Ducky Bhai (the name of his YouTube channel) is a Lahore-based YouTuber who turned 22 this year. He is pursuing his bachelor’s degree in computer science at Comsat Lahore. He has, however, previously graduated from the YouTube Academy and is one of Pakistan’s most well-known YouTubers.
He rose to prominence in 2018 as a result of an online fight with another well-known YouTuber, Sham Idrees. Since then, his YouTube channel has expanded by leaps and bounds. Saad has reached the elite ranks of content creators and roasters from India, and he is on track to surpass the 3 million subscribers.
Asad Ali – 2.15 Million Subscribers
Another Pakistani tech critic is Asad Ali TV. Almost every day, he uploads new YouTube videos with tech reviews, tips, and techniques. Asad Ali’s primary advantage is that he uploads videos in plain Urdu, which appeals to both local and cross-border audiences.
Asad Ali is from the Pakistani city of Faisalabad and is regarded as a local social media success story. He was recently interviewed by Pakistan Television PTV, where he discussed the benefits of social media and how Pakistanis may profit from it.
Xeetechcare – 1.59 Million Subscribers
The 24-year-old Pakistani YouTuber has become one of the world’s most popular and well-known “Mobile and Technology Review” channels. Zaryab Khan, who was born in Lahore in 1996, was interested in medical education until he discovered his YouTube channel, and after some success with his first videos, he has committed himself to XeeTechCare (his YouTube channel).
He has earned to be included in the list of some of the world’s top YouTubers from Pakistan, with over 4,447 videos posted thus far and 1 million subscribers this year.
Raza Samo – Khujlee Family – 1.48 Million Subscribers
Awesome Speaks revolutionized stand-up comedy in the Indian subcontinent. It’s both entertaining and full of hard-hitting punches capable of roasting a living being. RAZA SAMO, the Khujlee Family’s sauce, was born in Larkana and received his early education there. He enrolled in Islamabad’s Institute of Space Technology but never finished because he was destined to amuse us all on YouTube.
Raza, a multi-talented entertainer based in Lahore. In 2018, his fame and fan base skyrocketed, as he launched a personal vlogging channel in addition to the main Khujlee Family channel. He has over 1.48 million followers on YouTube.
GFX Mentor – 1.35 Million Subscribers
Do you want to study Urdu or Hindi Graphic Design?
Imran Ali Dina, a YouTuber from Karachi, is ready to teach you whatever you want to know for FREE. He began by using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. He has 17 years of expertise teaching graphic design and now teaches it to anyone who cannot afford to attend costly universities.
His Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop lessons are simply the greatest introductory instructions available on the internet.
Bekaar films – 1.22 Million Subscribers
Bekaar Films is a YouTube satire channel with 1.22 million subscribers. Their material is well-researched and covers daily problems as well as desi myths that are now being challenged by Pakistan’s youth.
The founders of this famous channel are Sami, Ghazanfar, Moeen, and Rida, who put their degrees in art and filmmaking to good use by producing videos that are both hilarious and visually appealing.
Our Vines – 1.22 Million Subscribers
Our Vines is a Peshawar-based comedy YouTube channel established by a bunch of brilliant young people. Their channel now has over 1.22 million subscribers. All of the videos have a unique Pukhtoon tone because the makers are all Pathans from Peshawar.
Our Vines has a unique subscriber audience because of their ties to the northern region of Pakistan: those who are interested in knowing more about Peshawar and those who live in Peshawar.
Irfan Junejo – 1.11 Million Subscribers
Mr. Junejo is Pakistan’s most popular vlogger and content creator, beloved by millions and the creator of the adjective SCENZ. He is an inspiration to thousands of people because of his YouTube journey. He began his YouTube channel by making regular vlogs about his life, and through his determination and hard work, he has amassed a devoted fan base from all over Pakistan and the world.
He is a well-known contemporary YouTuber from the local scene who has perfected the art of marketing himself as a brand. He collaborates with a variety of businesses and brands, as well as producing incredible content for his YouTube channel. He is one of the few Pakistani creators with a high interaction score, which speaks volumes about his ability to connect with his viewers.
Irfan has over 1.11 million YouTube followers, and if it weren’t for the numbers, we’d easily say he’s one of Pakistan’s top YouTubers.
Karachi Vynz Official – 1.07 Million Subscribers
Karachi Vynz is another prominent Pakistani comedy channel with a devoted viewership of 1.07 million. Their channel’s content consists primarily of sketches on the mundane aspects of Pakistani life that are rarely covered by mainstream media. For example, discussing how people of many religions and nationalities coexist happily in Saddar, Karachi, or discussing our youth’s waning interest in reading.
Taimoor Salahuddin – Mooroo – 1.02 Million Subscribers
Taimoor Salahuddin needs no introduction, as his incredible abilities and skills have already earned him a place on the LEGENDS list. Mooroo is a guitarist, director, film student, writer, singer, actress, Youtuber, vlogger, and an incredible personality who is as flexible as his name. His YouTube channel is pure gold, and he is an all-around entertainer. Mooroo has amused us more than any other YouTuber from the subcontinent, from travel videos to hilarious skits to full-length seasons.
On YouTube, he has over a million viewers. We are awestruck and enthralled by Taimoor’s commitment to his work, and no matter what kind of video he shares on his channel, one thing is certain: it must be of the highest quality. Hot regards to unquestionably the BEST YOUTUBER IN PAKISTAN.
Azad Chaiwala – 887k Subscribers
Azad Chaiwala is a Pakistani entrepreneur who owns and operates a number of companies around the world. He also has a YouTube channel with the same name, where he shares his tips and insights with aspiring Pakistani entrepreneurs. People from all over the world, including Pakistan, can find useful business ideas for starting a business and earning money.
He returned to Pakistan and is now establishing his company in Azad Kashmir. His personality is captivating, and his material is unique, all of which contributed to his inclusion in our ranking. Mr. Chaiwala currently has 887k subscribers on YouTube and we wish him the best of luck and courage to continue doing what he’s doing on his YouTube page.
Asim Ali Khokar – How to Urdu – 648k Subscribers
Asim Ali Khokar is a farmer from Bahawal Nagar, Punjab, where he lives in a tiny hamlet. He established a YouTube channel called How To Urdu, where he shares helpful information, tips, and techniques in simple Urdu. On his channel, he covers a wide range of topics and keeps things simple while explaining complicated concepts so that his audience may comprehend them.
How to Urdu is comparable to another station we previously reviewed, Asif Ali TV, in that both produce valuable information for Urdu/Hindi audiences.
Junaid Akram – 603k Subscribers
Junaid Akram began his social media journey with his fast-paced, long rants about current events in Pakistan. But, now that he’s developed himself as a name, he’s launched a podcast and a variety of other items on his YouTube channel.
Junaid’s videos are best known for his free-flowing “Karachi Wala” style of speaking, in which he spills the jewels of his feelings. There is still a vlog-style video of him telling the new generation on subjects, ranging from politics to pop culture. He currently has 603k Subscribers. Now, Khali Wali!
Danish Ali – 495k Subscribers
Danish Ali is a stand-up comedian who launched his own YouTube channel after briefly gaining attention in the mass media and on Facebook. He is well-known in the local comedy scene for his short skits and solo comedy videos on YouTube. He keeps entertaining us and has 495k subscribers right now.
Umar Khan – Ukhano – 457k Subscribers
Umar Khan aka. UKHANO began his YouTube channel as a personal vlogging website, but his focus has shifted to travel vlogging over time. On his YouTube channel, he recently reached almost 457k subscribers. His videos are famous because he focuses on showing us Pakistan’s amazing/beautiful/soulful sites.
In the coming year, he should be able to move up the ranking. In 2021, we anticipate a lot of great content from Ukhano.
Furqan Shayk – Furqan Ka Shor – 34.7k Subscribers
Furqan Shayk, a Swedish-Pakistani YouTuber, does comedic sketches. Furqan Ka Shor is the name of his YouTube channel. He’ll usually choose a socio-political topic that the desi community is debating and deconstruct it humorously. In one of his recent videos, he even worked with Ushna Shah.
So, these were some of the amazing Pakistani Youtubers. We hope you enjoyed the read. Do let us know if we are missing out on any youtuber.