Meet the 60-year-old farmer who has over 70k TikTok followers


Team Udayavani, Jan 28, 2020, 10:51 AM IST

Vijayapura: TikTok is the one video sharing app that became a sensation overnight in India. The app has millions of users who keep posting extremely hilarious videos and that has made TikTok a gold mine for rib-tickling content.

Recently a 60-year-old farmer from Devanagaon village in Alamela taluk in Vijayapura district has become extremely popular on TikTok and within a month since he began to upload Tik Tok videos, he has earned over 70,000 followers.

About a month back Prakash Ganiger, bought a new mobile phone and with the help of his neighbourhood children learned hoe to make TikTok videos. Soon after he began to upload his own videos through his mobile phone, he gained over 70,000 followers and over nine lac likes for the videos he had uploded.

Prakash Ganiger, who owns our-acre land in his village keeps shooting videos when working in the field, sitting alone, doing other activities etc. The number of videos he has uploaded so far has exceeded 600. He is a well-known name now even in neighbouring Kalaburagi and Bagalkot districts.

TikTok has millions of fans and has over the time converted many commoners into really huge stars. The app has also become a platform for many celeb look-alikes to gain their fandom.

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