About Shaveer Jafery:
Shaveer Jafry was born on November 26, 1993, in Islamabad. Which is 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. However he believes he has inherited his incredible sense of humor from his father. Shaveer’s mother also, supports his son’s career. Shahveer idolizes Pakistani politician and former cricketer Imran Khan. Khan’s quotes about leadership motivate him a lot. Had he not been a “YouTuber,” Shahveer was working as a marketer.
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 garn millions of fans. Therefore he has collaborated with other Pakistani “YouTubers” such as Zaid Ali. And Sham Idrees, and all of those videos are very popular. 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 earn him over 841 thousand followers.
He got fame and popularity due to his funny videos. Which he use to post on YouTube. He uploads vlogs on his channel which are quite entertaining and receive massive views. Shahveer Jafry is not less than any celebrity as he has been invite to different shows and Award functions as a guest.
Reason of shifting to Pakistan:
Shahveer Jafry is a Canadian-Pakistani YouTuber and he used to live in Canada. But he has recently shifted to Pakistan. He posts pictures from different locations of Pakistan and now making videos in Lahore.
On asking upon, why he has shifted to Lahore from Toronto. Shahveer Jafry replied, “My dream actually, to live and work in Pakistan.”
The host ask him about the hurdles he faces in Pakistan. On which he said, “The bigger the dream, the more the hurdles. Of course, if you dream big. You have to go through tough situations. But I am enjoying after achieving successful results.”
Here’s the interview of Shahveer Jafry: