CarryMinati (YouTuber) Age, Height, Girlfriend, Family, Biography, 21 Interesting Facts & More

Ajey Nagar, born 12 June 1999, known as CarryMinati, is an Indian YouTuber, streamer, and rapper from Faridabad, India. HOn his channel CarryMinati, e is well-known for his humorous skits, roasting videos, and responses to a range of internet subjects. His other channel CarryisLive is dedicated to gaming and live streams. As of August 2023, he has collected over 40 million subscribers, making him the most popular individual YouTuber in Asia.

In May 2020, his roast video titled “YouTube vs TikTok: The End” caused controversy on YouTube. YouTube removed the video, citing reasons like harassment and cyberbullying, for violating the platform’s terms of service.

Personal information

BornAjey Nagar
12 June 1999 (age 25)
BirthplaceFaridabad, Haryana
HometownFaridabad, Haryana, India
Present StayingDelhi
Zodiac signGemini
EducationDelhi Public School, Faridabad (2016)
Qualification12th Standard
College/UniversityDid Not Attend
OccupationsYouTuber, Rapper, Singer, Songwriter
Tattoo“Om Nama Shivai” tattoo on his right arm

YouTube information

Also known asCarryAjey
ChannelsCarryMinati, CarryisLive, CarryMinati Productions Official
LocationFaridabad, Haryana, India
Years active2014–present
GenresComedy, gaming, commentary, satires, ketches, vlogs, Hip hop
Subscribers40 million (main channel)
52 million (combined)
Total views3.3 billion (main channel) 4 billion (combined)
NetworkOne Digital Entertainment

Physical Stats & More

Height (approx.)in centimeters– 165 cm
in meters– 1.65 m
in feet & inches– 5’ 5”
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack

Relationships, Parents & More

Marital StatusUnmarried
FatherVivek Nagar

MotherName Not Known
Siblings Brother – Yash Nagar or Wily Frenzy (Record Producer/ DJ)


Early life and education

On June 12, 1999, Ajey Nagar was born in the city of Faridabad, which is close to New Delhi, the capital of India. He went to Delhi Public School in Faridabad until 2016, at which point he left to focus on his YouTube career; skipping his Class-XII Board examination because of his nervousness about passing the economics exam. He later completed his schooling through long-distance learning.

Yash Nagar, the older brother of Nagar, is a composer and music producer who has worked with him as Wily Frenzy.


Based in Faridabad, a city close to New Delhi, the capital of India, is Ajey Nagar. Popularly referred to as CarryMinati, Nagar is mainly involved in creating Hindi-language roasting and comedy videos, diss songs, satirical parodies, apart from live gaming. Nagar works from his home in Faridabad with his team to produce videos.

When Nagar was ten years old, he started his first YouTube channel, TeaLThFeArzZ, with football tutorial videos. Since 2014, his primary YouTube channel has been operational.When the channel was called AddictedA1 in 2014, Nagar would post clips of himself playing video games and commenting on them.He renamed the channel CarryDeol in 2015 and began posting gameplay videos of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive while dressing like Sunny Deol. The channel was subsequently renamed to CarryMinati. In May 2021, he broke the record of 30 million subscribers on YouTube, and in August 2023, he became the first Indian YouTuber to reach 40 million subscribers. Beyond India, he also currently has the highest number of subscribers in the Asia region.

Nagar started a second YouTube channel, CarryIsLive, at the beginning of 2017 where he streams live footage of himself playing video games. He has hosted live streams on this channel, raising funds for victims of Kerala floods in 2018. In 2019, there were bushfires in Australia, COVID-19, cyclone Fani in Odisha, floods in Assam and Bihar, and the Shaheed attack in Pulwama. In 2020, there was flooding in Assam and Bihar. On 4 June, Nagar hosted a four-hour charity live stream for the victims of the 2023 Odisha train collision. With ₹1.5 lakh in individual donations, the live stream raised INR 11,87,611.64, which was given to the Government of Odisha‘s Chief Minister‘s Relief Fund.

In January, 2023 Nagar created another YouTube channel CarryMinati Productions Official, where he uploads vlogs and behind the scenes videos.


Nagar attacked PewDiePie in a diss track titled “Bye PewDiePie” that was released in January 2019 and has received 22 million views in just five months.He also released the song “Trigger” that year, a collaboration with his older brother Wily Frenzy. “Zindagi“, “Warrior” and the Diss Track “Yalgaar” in 2020 and “Vardaan” in 2021 came after this.

Other work

In year 2020, Nagar collaborated with music composer duo Salim–Sulaiman for the music video Date kar Le.

The Wily Frenzy-composed Nagar rap single “Yalgaar” was used as the theme song for the 2021 motion picture The Big Bull.

He made a brief cameo in the 2022 film Runway 34 as himself.

In February 2023, Nagar bought a 10% stake in esports firm Big Bang Esports with business partner Deepak Char.


Nagar responded to a video posted on Instagram by TikTok user Amir Siddiqui, who chastised YouTube creators for mocking TikTok users, with a contentious YouTube video titled “YouTube Vs. TikTok–The End” in May 2020. After receiving numerous reports of harassment and cyberbullying, YouTube removed it, citing violations of its terms of service. A large number reports had been made by LGBTQ+ activists, on account of homophobic or transphobic abusive language in the video.

Numerous Nagar supporters expressed disapproval of YouTube’s actions, and his name was mentioned in a number of newly popular hashtags following the removal. Consequently, the video garnered multiple million views, and a determined attempt was made to evaluate bomb TikTok on the Google Play Store. Other Nagar supporters defended YouTube’s choice to take down the video. In June 2020, Nagar uploaded the music video “Yalgaar” as a further response, with renewed criticism of Siddiqui.


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CarryMinati (YouTuber) Age, Height, Girlfriend, Family, Biography, 21 Interesting Facts & More

In 2022, CarryMinati is promoting the video game programme Playground.

Nagar was ranked tenth on Time magazine‘s annual list of the Next Generation Leaders, a group of young people building creative careers, in 2019.

In April 2020, Nagar was featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list.

In 2021, Nagar was featured On the top 50 list of India Today’s High & Mighty powerful personalities in India.

Nagar was highlighted in the Hindustan Times‘ March 2022 brunch cover story.



2022Runway 34HimselfCameo appearance


2017Press Start to PlayAjeyMini Web-Series released on YouTube
2021Me Boss and LockdownAjey, Rockstar
2021DhindoraHimselfSpecial appearance in Title Track
2022-2023PlaygroundMentor2 Seasons


Singles and collaborations

2019Bye PewdiepieCarryMinatiDiss track
2019TriggerCarryMinati, VibgyorSingle
2020ZindagiCarryMinati, Wily FrenzySingle
2020WarriorCarryMinati, Wily Frenzy
2020Date Kar LeCarryMinati, Wily FrenzyRemade in 2021 for the film The Big Bull
2021VardaanCarryMinati, Wily FrenzySingle
2023JalwaCarryMinati, Wily Frenzy, Vartika JhaSingle

Awards and recognition


2022Lokmat Stylish AwardsMost Stylish Youth Icon (Male)Won
2023Bollywood Hungama Style IconsMost Stylish Digital Entertainer (Male)Nominated
2024Bollywood Hungama Style IconsMost Stylish Digital Star of the YearNominated


Some Lesser Known Facts About CarryMinati

  • CarryMinati is a popular Indian YouTuber.
  • When CarryMinati, aka Ajey Nagar, was just 8 years old in 2008–09, YouTube started to take notice.
  • He was inspired to start his channel by watching football tutorials on YouTube in the past.
  • He launched the “Stealth Fearzz” channel in 2010 and has since posted videos there with tutorials and football tricks.
  • Ajey Nagar had a lot of videos up on his YouTube channel, but the reaction from his audience was not positive.
  • After “Stealth Fearzz,” he started Addicted A1, a new YouTube channel, in 2014. He began creating videos of himself commentating on game plays. To make the videos more entertaining, he also tried mimicking Shah Rukh Khan and Sunny Deol in his commentary.
  • Again, he failed to get enough views on his videos; as there was a small audience for those kinds of videos. Subsequently, Ajey Nagar discovered “Leafyishere,” another YouTube channel. He considered using the same format in his own videos after being impressed by Leafyishere’s concept of gameplay roast videos.
  • When asked in an interview how he came to create roast videos, he replied,
  • Out of nowhere. I was studying for the impending tests with a friend over Skype. In one message, he claimed to have sent me study notes, but in reality, he had sent a humorous video to lighten the mood. I realised there was nothing “dirty” about it, even with its sexy title that attracted a lot of views. I then recorded a video of my reactions to that, and it was really well received. I’ve been doing that since.”
  • He renamed his channel CarryDeol in 2015 and began uploading videos of gameplay roasts. When his channel gained popularity, he renamed it CarryMinati.
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  • Ajey experienced extreme anxiety during his 12th grade exams, especially for his Economics exam, for which he was ill-prepared. Thus, he left school with his parents’ approval, and a year later, he took his 12th grade exams virtually.
  • His video in which he roasted Bhuvan Bam‘s went viral immediately, and it was the pivotal moment in his YouTube career.
  • His diss track ‘Bye PewDiePie’ is quite popular. His other songs include “TRIGGER” (2019) featuring Vibgyor, “Zindagi” (2020) featuring Wily Frenzy, and “Warrior” (2020) featuring Wily Frenzy.
  • He was overweight when he first entered adolescence, which led to a number of health problems. He therefore joined a gym and, with the help of diet control routines, was able to shed his extra weight. An Antique Photo of CarryMinati.
  • After crossing one million subscribers on YouTube, Ajey Nagar was awarded a gold play button in 2017. With his gold play button, Ajey Nagar
  • In 2017, he started his another YouTube channel, ‘CarryIsLive.’
  • A local Haryanvi singer named Bheem Nurla and the owner of the MovieTalkies YouTube channel both struck Ajey Nagar on his CarryMinati channel. Roast videos were created by CarryMinati on both of their videos. Actually, Bheem Narula asked Ajey to pay him a large sum of money in order to have his strike taken out of Ajey’s video.
  • He talked about his experience as a YouTuber in an interview, saying,

I started with Addicted A1, my first channel, in 2014.I used to record videos of myself reacting while playing games and post them online. I only had about 35 likes after a year, so it didn’t get me very far. After that, I decided to start CarryDeol and update my content. (Makes an impression over the phone) The Counter Strike community enjoyed it and spread the word about my work because it worked well with the audience. I needed a change after six months since I was getting bored. I reached my current nice-roasting at that point.

  • He was listed in the Time Magazine’s top 10 Next Generation Leaders at the age of 19.
  • On May 8, 2020, he posted a parody video titled “Youtube Vs. TikTok” to his YouTube channel. A day later, the video had received over 5 million views. On May 15, 2020, YouTube removed this video due to it breaking their policies.
  • Deepak Char, his business manager, helps him.
  • In May 2020, he received diamond YouTube play button. CarryMinati With His Diamond Play Button.
  • “To Kaise hai aap log” is his trademark line, and it always opens his videos.
  • He is the only YouTuber from India to have met Tom Cruise, the famous actor. He described how he met Tom Cruise in an interview, saying,

In the two minutes I had with him, I formed the impression that Tom Cruise is also a truly modest man. The association started when my management team and network, One Digital Entertainment, worked day and night to secure me a chance like this.

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