Sushmita Sen’s brother Rajeev Sen, an actor and a YouTube vlogger enjoy a massive fan following on the video-sharing platforms and other social media platforms. Rajeev on Wednesday shared a shocking video on his YouTube channel and said he is ‘quitting’ YouTube in the caption. Sen who will be welcoming his first child with his wife Charu Asopa in a few months from now said it’s not ‘clickbait’. Rajeev Sen’s YouTube channel ‘World of Rajeev Sen’ has 67.3K subscribers. Sharing the video, the actor thanked everyone for loving him and his channel.
Rajeev Sen wrote in the caption of his post, “Thank you for loving me & my channel, my YouTube family, will never forget.....take care” The actor’s vlog starts with him asking his subscribers and viewers a very important question. Rajeev asks everyone whether they are aware of how much time it takes to make a YouTube video, especially for the ones who put a lot of effort in their vlogs. He continued, “Aur aap log bohot easily aate ho, content dekhte ho, aur bina subscribe karke jaate ho.” Sen stressed the fact how many viewers watch his content on the video-sharing platform, but do not subscribe to the channel. He continued to talk on the same topic. Rajeev Sen urged his viewers to subscribe to his channel and pointed out the efforts that one puts in the process. Throughout the video, Rajeev continued to explain the importance of subscribing to a YouTube channel.
Take a look at what he has to say below:
Reacting to the video, many subscribers and genuine fans agreed to what Rajeev Sen had to say. Meanwhile, before this video, Rajeev posted a vlog and revealed his secret and powerful fruit. Rajeev Sen drops new videos at least twice a week, amidst his busy work schedule. Also Read: Sushmita Sen Congratulates Soon-To-Be Parents, Brother Rajeev Sen And SIL Charu Asopa; Says ‘I AM GOING TO BE A BUA’
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