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Carry Minati faces legal action for allegedly making outrageous statements on women

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Ajey Nagar, also known as CarryMinati, a YouTube content creator, has gotten himself into legal problems once more. Yes, the social media celebrity known for his internet reaction videos has been accused of publishing offensive content directed towards women.

Gaurav Gulati, a Delhi-based lawyer, has filed a complaint against Carry, accusing him of making disparaging statements about women in his roast videos. 

Criminal complaint against Carry Minati

 Minati

A criminal complaint has been filed under sections 354, 509, 293, and 3/6/7 for “making sexually tinged remarks about women, broadcasting inappropriate content on his Youtube, roasting and repudiating the work of others” On his channel, he is accused of “roasting and representing women in an indecent manner, as well as publishing obscene language and gestures regarding women.”

“#carryminati Today I have filed Criminal #Complaint against CARRYMINATI YOUTUBER(AJEY NAGAR)U/s 354A/509/293/IPC,SEC.3/6/7 OF INDECENT REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN ACT,1986 AND SEC.67 OF IT ACT,2008 at DCP(North Delhi)for making inappropriate remarks about #women on his Channel,” Gaurav stated on Twitter.

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This isn’t the first time the YouTuber has sparked a debate. In 2020, he posted a roast video titled “YouTube Vs TikTok – The End,” which sparked debate on YouTube India. Many people are unaware that he was chosen TIME Magazine’s “Next Generation Leader” in 2019.

During an interview with Outlook India, CarryMinati discussed the experience. “At first, I didn’t realise how big it was, but after the feature, I realised the honour,” he added. It inspired me to put more effort into what I was doing, and it felt fantastic to be recognised internally for knowledge that was still in its infancy in India.”

So, what are your opinions on YouTuber Gaurav Gulati being sued by a Delhi-based lawyer for making derogatory remarks about women in his roast videos? Carry Minati has almost 30 million YouTube subscribers. The 20-year-old began his career doing game commentary before moving on to making roast videos on well-known issues, which helped him gain popularity among the youth. Mayday, a film starring Ajay Devgn, will be his Bollywood debut.

About Ajey Nagar as Carry Minati 

Ajey was the only Indian on TIME Magazine’s list of the “Top 10 Next Generation Leaders of 2019,” as well as the only Indian digital creative hired by Paramount Pictures for Mission: Impossible Fall Out promotions with Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, and others. Vardaan, Yalgaar, Zindagi, Trigger, Warrior, Bye Pewdiepie, and Salim-Date Sulaiman’s Karle are some of his rap tracks.

For almost a decade, CarryMinati has wowed audiences with his roasting videos, sarcastic parodies, trash recordings, and rap songs. His contextual videos touch on relatable and trending subjects, and he is known for empowering the youth through his realistic, effective, and thought-provoking content.

His relatable and trending topics are covered in his contextual videos, which are laced with his trademark rib-tickling and engaging humour, which has garnered him followers all over the world.

He found YouTube when he was ten years old and was immediately intrigued to its potential. “It was all quite natural, and let’s just say I was a curious kid,” says the author. I remember recording myself using all these weird football strategies in the beginning so that I could playback it a million times and learn from my mistakes so that I could master the sport,” he recalls

Carry Minati alias Ajey Nagar discusses being a young icon, maturing as an artist through time, and controversies he’s faced in an interview with YSWeekender.

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