Present is the time where the only way to make people happy and laugh is a great comic sense. And this is one of the reason for the rise in the number of viners and stand up comedians in India.
Following this trend, Bhavesh Manglani, an enthusiastic soul behind the famous page and YouTube channel "Rajasthani Swag", is raising the name of Rajasthan even more in the field of comedy and vines.
Let's know in his gesture of innocence about this emerging star, who just turned 18, about his personal life, career, choices, etc.
The name "Rajasthani Swag", where is it influenced from?
"There are two reasons behind the name Rajasthani Swag. Firstly, I am the first viner from Rajasthan. At the time, I started all this, no one from Rajasthan was involved or even attempted in this field of comedy. And, I always wanted to make the name of my state famous in terms of talent.
Secondly, as I am born and brought up in Jaipur, it is a sense of pride to hear the name of my state when it comes to any field."
What is the difference between you and other Vines of India?
"Each and every Viner has their own style. To look different from others, I keep my haircut unique. Also, I keep the content of my videos quite relatable and realistic, for instance I get a lot of beatings to present a natural unadulterated sense of humor. Apart from all, the topics I cover are usually youth-oriented."
What inspires the content of your vines?
"Most of the stories and scripts I act on are related to my daily life. I simply revive all the funny incidents that ever happened to me. I get a lot of ideas during the night time when I am alone, and its that time I work on scripts for the acts."
As a Viner, what kind of challenges do you face?
"There are so many Viners and so many topics or scenarios have already been covered. So presenting the public with something new and unique every time is always a tough one to beat up.
Sometimes it happens that after the shooting of around 4-5 hours, the video doesn't out as expected in quality and presentation. That's pretty dissatisfying and waste of lots of time and energy.
Editing is the most important and difficult part. Inappropriate cuts can disconnect the audience from the essence of the act and the topic behind it. For a greater response from the viewers, freshness and antiquity in the content is a niche to survive in short videos or vines.”
What keeps you going? As being a YouTuber isn't an easy task!
"So far, the journey as a YouTuber was quite tough, but what keeps me encouraged to move forward and never look back is love from the audience, motivation by the closed ones and support from my parents. As an artist, you always find criticizers around you, be it neighbours, relatives, or some random people, who say that it’s not a sensible job or passion to follow or it’s purely a waste of time, but my mom and dad supported me always for whatever I am doing."
How your family members reacted knowing about your talent and artistic abilities?
"I don't consider myself lucky, I am blessed! My parents, especially my dad, are quite supportive. Initially my mom was against it. but later on when I went to Delhi, she started accepting my focus point slowly and gradually. Now she is happy with my choices in terms of talent and skills."
What are your other interests, other than Vine making?
"I just cleared 12th standard this year, and as such I don't have any other specific interest. I dropped regular schooling to build myself as a Viner, and I passed the examinations from an open school. Currently, I am pursuing 1st year of my graduation from a private college."
What are the things you are often complimented about in your vines?
"Most of the compliments I received were regarding my expressions and choice of different scripts. Some people say that my characters are relatable and show a visual appearance of their daily life.”
Where do you rate yourself from 1-10 in the sense of humour and capabilities to make people laugh?
“Well, 8-9 maybe!! But I’m trying to improve my humorous concepts so that I can make it not just up to 10 but far better and more entertaining when it comes to ranking.”
Do you see yourself as a full-time comedian in future?
"Not really! I don't want to be a comedian. My prime goal is to be in Bollywood as an actor."
Your word of advice for our readers and aspiring Viners!
"Try to keep your content original and relatable to day to day life. And obviously, quality matters, so use a good camera and best editing software. If you working on short videos, focus more on the sound quality to make them more engaging and interactive for the audience.”
Bhavesh, you are incredible in what you are doing, and we appreciate your efforts to influence people of Rajasthan with your sense of humour. It is indeed a difficult task to maintain interest of the audeiince towards entertainment through small doses of laughter.
We wish you all the best for your future and keep entertaining us the way you do!!
Know more about Bhavesh Manglani through his official page of Rajasthani Swag on Facebook. You can also subscribe to his YouTube channel for his latest and happening vines to laugh out loud or else simple take a look at his Instagram.