As we all know, the craze for Anime is increasing day by day at the speed of light. Even though anime was quite popular before the global pandemic hit the world, however, its popularity has increased massively since 2020.
You may have noticed that every other reel and post on Instagram and other social media platforms have some anime reference to it. But is all this hype worth it?
Well, as an anime watcher and fan I can say yes, it is and not only me there are so many renowned Indian celebrities who will agree with that. Yes, you read that right. There are so many Indian celebrities who are hard-core anime fans. Let’s know who they are.
From Raftaar to Disha Patani: Indian Celebrities who love Anime
Disha has been in limelight for numerous reasons in the past few months, but did you know? Disha Patani is a die-hard anime lover. She loves anime so much that she has named one of her pet dogs after a popular character ‘Goku’. She has always expressed her enormous love for “Dragon Ball Z’. Disha has also expressed her love for NARUTO on her Instagram stories.
Dilin Nair aka Raftaar is a hard-core fan of Dragon Ball Z just like Disha Patani. Moreover, you will be surprised to know that there are several dragon ball Easter eggs and references in his songs and social media posts. He engages with anime lovers more often online & he was also part of the Dragon Ball Super Broly movie India campaign by fans.
Shwetabh Gangwar is a renowned Indian Youtuber with over a Million subscribers on YouTube. He is also known for his other Youtube channel Mensutra. He is a die-hard anime lover and talks about it more often in his videos. He has numerous video uploads talking about anime like Attack on Titan, My Hero Academia, Demon Slayer, etc.
The “BeerBiceps” fame Ranveer is also fond of Dragon Ball z just like every other celeb mentioned above. He frequently talks about how he is inspired by “Goku” from Dragon ball z. Moreover, he also has a Goku Action figure on his Podcast table. His attachment to Goku is more like an inspirational figure rather than a fan.
The first Indian YouTuber who crossed 10 million subscribers on YouTube is also an anime watcher and is known to be a Dragon Ball fanatic and is known for sharing Dragon Ball-related posts and memes on social media.
Not a hard-core fan but Ajey Nagar aka Carry is a casual anime watcher, and he has talked about Naruto and other anime during live streams of his videos.
The Captain of the Indian Men’s national field hockey team is also an anime fan. In an uncensored clip of the show shared by Kapil Sharma on his official YouTube channel that went viral, P.R. Sreejesh (Goalkeeper and former captain of the Indian national team) talks about how Manpreet watches Japanese Cartoons with subtitles.
Manpreet says to Kapil in Punjabi that he just likes them. He can understand how difficult it is to convince your friends that Anime and cartoons are different.
Well, if you watch it let us know in the comment section about your favorite one, and if you don’t then give it a try you might love it.