India’s famous YouTuber, Narayan Reddy, has passed away, leaving millions of his fans heartbroken. The official cause of death is yet to be confirmed, but a video bidding “a final goodbye” to netizens’ favourite, ‘Grandpa Kitchen’ has been uploaded on YouTube.
Reddy was well-loved internationally for cooking grand meals. These meals were then to underprivileged children and orphans. The 73-year-old had more than six million subscribers on YouTube.
His death has shattered his fans as they took to social media to mourn and convey their grief.
Reddy’s YouTube channel consists of several episodes where he makes delicious food on a large scale to serve to the needy. The grandpa known for his kind and humble nature endeared himself to many people and even inspired others to initiate such cause.
Each of his videos would be around 12 to 15 minutes long, showing how he makes the delicious recipes. Grandpa would cook everything, from potato wedges to burgers to biryani for his young children. Reddy’s iconic one-line: “Loving, caring, sharing. This is my family,” at the start of each of his video, will always be remembered.
The world lost a giant today.
From a tiny village in India, Grandpa Kitchen cooked meals for needy children, with nothing but a small bonfire.
In a money-obsessed culture, he became a YouTube star by single-handedly… https://t.co/oDKrzSg7rZ
— Rash Frantic (@rashfrantic) October 31, 2019