Bhuvan Bam (BB Ki Vines) Height, Age, Girlfriend, Wife, Family, Bio & 29 Interesting Facts

Bhuvan Bam, originally from Delhi, India, is a comedian, writer, singer, actor, songwriter, and YouTube celebrity. He was born Bhuvan Avnindra Shankar Bam on January 22, 1994. He is known for his comedy channel on YouTube named BB Ki Vines.


Full NameBhuvaneshwar Bam
Profession(s)Comedian, Actor, Writer, Singer, Songwriter, YouTube Personality
Famous ForHis YouTube comedy channel “BB Ki Vines”

Physical Stats & More

Height5’ 10½” (179 cm)
Eye ColourBrown
Hair ColourBlack


DebutYouTube Video: The Chakhna Issue (2014)
Awards, Honours, Achievements• The Most Popular Channel WebTV Asia Award for his YouTube Channel “BB Ki Vines” (2016)

• Recognised at the first Game Changer Awards by Hindustan Times (2017)

• The 2019 Filmfare Award for Best Short Film went to “Plus Minus.”

• The Mumbai-hosted Glammy Awards’ Icon of the Year (2023)

Personal Life

Date of Birth22 January 1994 (Saturday)
Age (as of 2024)30 Years
BirthplaceBaroda, Gujarat, India
Zodiac signAquarius
HometownNew Delhi, India
SchoolGreen Fields School, New Delhi
College/UniversityShaheed Bhagat Singh College, New Delhi
Educational QualificationBachelor’s degree in History 
Food HabitNon-Vegetarian 
HobbiesPlaying the Guitar, Travelling

Relationships & More

Marital StatusUnmarried
GirlFriendYes (Name Don’t No)
ParentsFather– Avnindra


Mother– Padma Bam, a former worker at ABB in Faridabad

SiblingsBrother– Aman Bam (Pilot)


Sister– None


ActorNawazuddin Siddiqui
FilmmakerAnurag Kashyap

Money Factor

Assets/PropertiesA bungalow in Greater Kailash, South Delhi (worth Rs. 11 crore) 

Note: The property was registered on August 7, 2023, and Bhuvan reportedly paid a stamp duty of about Rs. 77 lakh for it.

Bhuvan Bam Early life, Education & Career

Avnindra and Padma Bam welcomed Bam into their Marathi Hindu family on January 22, 1994, in Vadodara, Gujarat. His family later relocated to Delhi. He went to Delhi’s Green Fields School and later earned a bachelor‘s degree in history from Delhi University‘s Shaheed Bhagat Singh College.

Bam’s parents died in 2021 from a COVID-19 infection.

Bam started his online career by posting a video in which he made fun of a news reporter for questioning a woman insensitively about her son’s death from flooding in Kashmir. After the video gained popularity in Pakistan, Bam was motivated to launch his own YouTube channel in June 2015.

BB Ki Vines

Bam plays the role of an urban teenager in the 2–12 minute videos on the YouTube channel BB Ki Vines, which show his wacky interactions with friends and family. He had 16 million subscribers on his YouTube channel as of 2020. He is known for playing characters like Bhuvan, Banchoddas, Sameer Fuddi, Titu Mama, Bablu, Janki, Mrs. Verma, Adrak Baba, Mr. Hola, Papa Maakichu, Detective Mangloo, Dr. Sehgal and Babli Sir.

Bam records the videos with the front camera on his phone. Before switching to YouTube, he used Facebook as the platform for his video uploads.


Bam released the music video for “Teri Meri Kahani” in August of 2016. “Sang Hoon Tere”, “Safar”, “Rahguzaar”, and “Ajnabee” came next. Alongside Dibya Dutt, he starred in the short film Plus Minus, for which he received a Filmfare award. Shah Rukh Khan was the first guest of his brand-new digital series on YouTube, Titu Talks, which he launched in December 2018.

He posted the song “Ajnabee” to his YouTube channel in 2019.

In order to better understand the challenges that people are facing during the COVID-19 lockdown in India, Bam conducted interviews with an electrician, housekeepers, farmers, transgender people, and milkmen for his Titu Talks episode “Lifeline of Society,” which was uploaded in May 2020.

He declared in a statement that his uploaded videos had received 3 billion views overall in January 2021. He launched the eight-episode web series Dhindora on YouTube in October of the same year.

He debuted on OTT in January 2023 with Taaza Khabar. In the same month, he was seen in Amazon miniTV’s Rafta Rafta opposite Srishti Rindani.


Bam received attention in the Hindustan Times‘ April 2019 brunch cover story. In the same year, during July, Bam also featured on Rolling Stone’s cover.

Bam was featured on the cover of Grazia India in January 2020, working with Puma. In the same month, he made his presence at the World Economic Forum and the next month, he featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the “Digital Content Creators” category.

In October 2021, Bam again featured in the Hindustan Times brunch cover story.



2019MTV UnpluggedHimself/SingerSeason 8; Episode 4
2021Bingo Comedy AddaHimselfEpisode 2
2021Bigg Boss 15HimselfGuest appearance
2023The Kapil Sharma ShowHimselfGuest

Web series

2016–17TVF’s BachelorsBhubaneswar BamSeason 1
2018–presentTitu TalksTitu
2019One Mic StandHimselfSeason 1; Episode 1
2021DhindoraVariousAlso, writer and producer
2023Taaza KhabarVasant “Vasya” GawdeAlso producer
2023Rafta RaftaKaran MalhotraAlso producer

Short films

2018Plus Minus“Baba” Harbhajan Singh

Music videos

2020The Lockdown RapSSD Music
2021Kill ChoriAsh KingNikhita Gandhi


2016“Teri Meri Kahaani”Non-album singleHimself
2018“Sang Hoon Tere”Non-album singleHimself
2018“Safar”Non-album singleHimself
2018“Rahguzar”Non-album singleHimself
2019“Bas Mein”Non-album singleHimself
2019“Ajnabee”Non-album singleHimself
2019“Guncha Koi” (Unplugged)MTV UnpluggedHimself
2020“Hum Saath Hain”Non-album singleHimself
2020“Heer Ranjha”Non-album singleHimself
2021“Didi Song”DhindoraHimself, Rekha Bhardwaj
2021“Saazish”DhindoraHimself, Rekha Bhardwaj
2021“Bann Gayi Zindagi”DhindoraHimself
2023“Rafta Rafta”Rafta RaftaHimself


Awards and nominations

2019Filmfare AwardsBest Short FilmPlus MinusWon
2022Filmfare OTT AwardsBest Actor in a Series (Male): ComedyDhindoraNominated
2023Bollywood Hungama Style IconsMost Stylish Digital Entertainer (Male)Won
2023Filmfare OTT AwardsBest Actor in a Series (Male): DramaTaaza KhabarNominated
2023Filmfare OTT AwardsBest Actor in a Series (Male): ComedyRafta RaftaNominated
2024Bollywood Hungama Style IconsMost Stylish Digital Star of the YearNominated
2024Bollywood Hungama Style IconsMost Stylish Screen-Stealer of the YearNominated

Some Lesser Known Facts About Bhuvan Bam

  • Indian YouTuber, comedian, actor, singer, songwriter, and writer Bhuvan Bam is well-known for running the “BB Ki Vines” YouTube channel.
  • When he was still a young child, his family moved to Delhi. When Bhuvan Bam was younger
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Bhuvan Bam in childhood
  • After passing his class 12, Bhuvan became interested in music and decided he wanted to be a musician. His parents, however, disapproved of his desire to pursue a career in music.
  • He learnt classical singing when he was in college.
  • He then began performing as a singer in a neighbourhood eatery in Delhi. He began to play the instrument and compose music gradually.
  • Bhuvan once posted a video online in which he ridiculed news reporters for their inappropriate questions directed at a mother who lost her son in the 2014 Kashmir floods. He was inspired to start his own YouTube channel by the video, which became an instant hit in Pakistan.
  • Bhuvan started the “BB Ki Vines” YouTube channel in 2015.
  • With only ten to fifteen views, his debut YouTube video, “The Chakhna Issue,” was removed from the channel.
  • Bhuvan portrays a variety of characters in his YouTube videos, such as Mr. Hola, Sameer Fuddi, Pinki, Bablu, Titu Mama, and Banchoddas.
  • Bam has partnered/collaborated with “Bekar Films” and “Karachi Vynz Official,” two Pakistani channels.
  • He has also associated with Indian YouTube channel TVF (The Viral Fever) for the video “TVF Bhootiyapa Bachelors Vs Ghost.
  • Bam released his music video “Teri Meri Kahani” in 2016.
  • Some of his popular music videos include “Sang Hoon Tere”, “Safar”, “Rahguzaar,” and “Ajnabee.”
  • Bhuvan has also appeared in the short film “Plus Minus” (2018).Bhuvan Bam’s short film poster Plus Minus
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Bhuvan Bam’s short film poster Plus Minus
  • He started his YouTube digital series, “Titu Talks,” in 2018.
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Shah Rukh Khan and Bhuvan Bam on the Titu Talks sets
  • Bam raised funds for the migrants during the COVID-19 pandemic through his YouTube video “Lifelines of Society.”
  • In childhood, he wanted to become an archaeologist.
  • His mother had desired that he pursue a B.Com. Honours degree for his graduation. His percentage was, however, too low to be admitted to a reputable college for the same course. He decided to pursue History Honours as a result.
  • By 2020, Bam’s YouTube channel, “BB Ki Vines,” boasted over 19.3 million subscribers.
  • He conducted TED Talks at IIIT Delhi and Jaypee University of Information Technology in 2016.
  • Bhuvan’s channel “BB Ki Vines” was the main contributor in the YouTube Summit golf competition in 2017, which was won by India.
  • 2018 saw Bam surpass 10 million subscribers on YouTube, making him the first individual Indian celebrity to do so.
  • Bam has a dog named Maddy as a pet and is a devoted dog lover.
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Bhuvan Bam with his pet dog
  • In 2020, Bhuvan was featured on the cover of Grazia.
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Grazia Magazine’s cover featuring Bhuvan Bam
  • His first pay was Rs. 5,000 per month, which he earned by singing in a Delhi restaurant.
  • He announced on Instagram on June 12, 2021, that his parents had passed away from COVID-19 complications.
  • According to reports, actor Jagendra Jaffrey of the channel Pogo originally hosted the game show “Takeshi’s Castle” on Amazon Prime Video. Bhuvan Bam is set to take over the role in September 2023. The show is the Indian version of a Japanese show of the same name. Bhuvan Bam’s Instagram post.
  • On Raj Shamani‘s podcast, Bhuvan stated that he refrains from both smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages. 
  • He obtained the trademark for his BB Ki Vines character Titu Mama in May 2024. He said this was the first step towards his BB Ki Vines universe.

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