100 Hours 100 Stars: In conversation with Bhuvan Bam and Neil Bhoopalam – more lifestyle

YouTuber Bhuvan Bam and actor Neil Bhoopalam were in conversation with Fever FM for 100 Hours 100 Stars, an initiative started by Fever Network. Bam, the first Indian Youtuber to cross 10 million subscribers in 2018, spoke about being a Youtuber, reaching the next milestone and the best compliment he ever got.

“I normally read the comments on my video two hours after it’s been uploaded,” he said.

Bhuvan also spoke about a time in 2018 when his father had a brain stroke and was being treated in a hospital in Delhi. On the same floor, there was another girl who also had a brain stroke whose brother was there and came to Bhuvan saying that his sister wasn’t talking to anyone, so if he could please come and visit her because she is a fan of his videos. When she saw Bhuvan, it took 10 seconds for her to process who it was, after which she sat and got up, and they spoke for 30 minutes.

Neil Bhoopalam spoke about some of his movie choices and also joked about how he was a sous chef since whenever he cooks he gets sued. But jokes apart, spaghetti is one of the dishes he is good at cooking.

Watch the entire 100 Hours 100 Stars interview below:

Covid-19 has made us realise the fragility of life. We now rejoice every small aspect of life, whether it’s a hug, a smile or a family member that we lost touch with while we were busy with our own lives. While we are safe inside our houses, there are millions who are working for us to ensure our lives are least impacted and we are comfortable in our house. The essential service workers have been away from their own families, putting their lives in danger when a global pandemic has hit us hard. And all that we have in our heart is gratitude. There is so much more that we want to do – but all that we can do is express gratitude while being at home.

In our efforts to show solidarity to those affected by Covid-19, we, at Fever Network are committed to uniting people against this fight with the global pandemic. Starting May 2, we are launching 100 Hours… 100 Stars – the BIGGEST digital fest ever! Through this fest, we are celebrating and lauding those frontline workers who risk their own lives to safeguard everyone else’s. We bring together stars from different walks of life – Covid-19 warriors, artists, politicians, digital content creators, sports personalities among others, to bring to the audience 100 hours of NON-STOP ENTERTAINMENT. The fest would be packed with performances, interviews and more of global stars right from their homes as they self-isolate during this crisis. The campaign aims to rally up funds which would be contributed towards Covid-19 relief.

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