Shahveer Jafry Bio

Shahveer Jafry
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Shahveer Jafry
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Birthday: November 26, 1993

Nationality: Pakistani

Age: 26 Years, 26 Year Old Males

Sun Sign: Sagittarius

Born in: Islamabad

Famous as: YouTuber

Height: 5'7" (170 cm), 5'7" Males

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Shahveer Jafry is a Pakistani sketch-comedy artist. His comedy content is available both on 'Facebook' and on 'YouTube.' He is primarily known for creating comedy videos on the life of South Asian–Canadian families. His videos display the culture, tradition, and traits of South Asian–Canadian people (often referred to as “brown people”) in comical situations. Shahveer’s videos are relatable and have garnered millions of fans. Shahveer has collaborated with other Pakistani “YouTubers” such as Zaid Ali and Sham Idrees, and all of those videos have been very popular.
Social-Media Fame
Shahveer commenced his social-media career in 2013. Initially, he did not post videos consistently. However, he soon began posting regularly on social media, and that is when his popularity soared. Shahveer was highly inspired by "YouTubers" such as 'Fuzzy Tube' and 'Superwoman.'
Shahveer mostly creates comedy videos displaying the culture, traits, and traditions of the South Asian community in Canada. He usually picks daily situations and enacts them. A number of his videos showcase comical comparisons between the reactions of “white people” and “brown people” to the same situation. Shahveer’s fluency in Urdu and his Punjabi accent have made his videos more relatable to the South Asian community. His Urdu one-liners that often end in “kaaaaaar lo” and “maaaaaar lo” are the highlights of his videos. Shahveer’s parents, siblings, and friends have been featured in many of his videos.
Some of his most popular videos are 'Kameenay Dost,' 'Things ONLY Pakistani/Indian DADS say,' and 'There are 2 types of siblings.' Of these, the last video has earned eight million “views,” one of the highest on the channel.
Shahveer’s Eid vlogs have garnered immense popularity among the South Asian community. Some of his popular Eid-related videos with over a million “views” are 'STUFF that happens on EID!,’ 'SHAYTAAN in RAMADAN,' and 'Normal people in RAMADAN vs ME in RAMADAN.'
He has also created a fictional comic character, ‘Pinky Chacha,’ who has been the lead in some many of his videos, such as 'Pinky Chacha Rescues Chintu,' 'Pinky chacha RETURNS!,' 'PINKY chacha the DON!.' Shahveer is also known for his collaboration with other popular "YouTubers," such as Zaid Ali and Sham Idrees. He even creates blogs for the channel 'ZaidAliT vlogs.' Shahveer has directed two drama serials, namely, 'Jaana' and 'Marriage Ke Side Effects,' for Sham Idrees’s channel. One of Shahveer’s collaborative videos was a prank on his fans. He pranked his viewers by posting a fake marriage video that showed him sitting with his bride who had her face covered in a veil. It was later revealed that the video was an April Fool’s Day prank and that the person beneath the veil was actually his friend Zeeshan.
One of Shahveer’s most popular videos is ‘A tribute to team Pakistan. Win or Lose, Dil Dil Pakistan. #bleedgreen.' It took him four days to film the video. His ‘YouTube’ channel now has over a million subscribers. He is equally active on ‘Instagram,’ where his posts have earned him over 841 thousand followers.
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Personal Life
Shahveer Jafry was born on November 26, 1993, in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan. He has four brothers. One of Shahveer’s brothers, Sunny, is a popular "YouTuber." Shahveer currently lives in Milton, Ontario, Canada.
Shahveer has studied business marketing. Shahveer believes he has inherited his incredible sense of humor from his father. Shahveer’s mother, too, supports his son’s career. Shahveer idolizes Pakistani politician and former cricketer Imran Khan. Khan’s quotes about leadership motivate Shahveer a lot.
Had he not been a “YouTuber,” Shahveer would have worked as a marketer.

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