The country-wide lockdown due to COVID-19 has suddenly given us a lot more free time to pursue what we always deferred for later. If you’re finding it hard to kill time during the lockdown, here’s a list of YouTubers you need to watch. These YouTube channels are working overtime to provide useful and entertaining content. Home-grown Telugu channels, like Wirally and Mahathalli, never fail to entertain. However, as a change, these are the YouTubers you need to watch.
Film critic Rajeev Masand has started a new series featuring Bollywood celebrities in their quarantine-best. All our favourite celebs including SS Rajamouli, Deepika Padukone, Ayushmaan Khurrana, Alia Bhatt and Kiara Advani, among others, are seen indulging in free-wheeling chats, giving recommendations on what to watch and read.
PREMA The Journalist
Renowned journalist Prema Malini Vanam has started a series on her YouTube channel interacting with doctors, and other top officials, to take stock of what a post-coronavirus world could look like. Apart from the informative series, her channel is a gold mine for insightful interviews with Tollywood’s most loved celebs.
One may recall Holistic Nutritionist Luke Coutinho from his latest collaboration with our very own Sweety AKA Anushka Shetty. The renowned author and wellness expert has taken the online route, sharing his wisdom for free. Watch this channel for some no-nonsense wellness tips.
Much known for her ‘Size Zero’ project with Kareena Kapoor Khan, Rujuta brings India’s ancient Ayurvedic wisdom back into our kitchens with her simple, everyday tips. Some of her tips – including eating Annam-Pappu for dinner are sure to earn you a nod of approval from your grandmother.
Upasana Kamineni Konidela
Upasana brings in wellness experts, nutritionists and health coaches from around the world to share their knowledge for free on her channel. What stands out the most is the diversity in her content – right from healthy recipes to at-home workouts to alternative healing, Upasana has an assortment of videos focussed on mental and physical health.
Interestingly, the pandemic lockdown has also brought out the inner chefs in most of us. While you’re at it, check out CookingShooking, Chef Ranveer Brar, Hebbar’s Kitchen and Kabita’s Kitchen for recipes ranging across cuisines and difficulty levels.