Bangladesh 10 Sept 2023: 22-year-old Ratul Sinha is an ambitious video creator who goes above and beyond to provide his fans with only the highest-quality content. His films are enjoyable and attractive, the kind of content you want to watch every day without becoming bored.
He does not have the word dull or monotonous in his dictionary. This man is open to experiencing new cultures, cuisine, and adventures, even outside his comfort zone.
One of his vlogs features a rather in-depth account of his discovery of a forest swamp near Sylhet. Let’s remember his famous show Lets Talk and its frenzy, where he interacts with his fans, collects their submissions of various stories or occurrences, and shares them in the Lets Talk show, producing incredibly amusing yet wholesome content.
His blogs are incredibly educational about the places he travels to, covering everything from history to food in one video! Not only do Ratul’s videos have humor and exploration, but they also touch on delicate subjects like mental health problems, dealing with hate, and, most importantly, moving past it all.
He has opened up about his own challenges in an effort to lessen the stigma and guilt associated with mental illness and to encourage others to get assistance. Ratul Sinha is what you’d call a package; he’s got a little bit of everything, like a human trail mix, and enough creative ideas to keep rising and advancing. There is nothing this creative content producer can’t or won’t do; you name it, he’s done it!
Ratul Sinha urges young celebrities to have the motivation to work hard and learn different abilities rather than simply master one and stop. His 24-hour television series demonstrates how to utilize one’s day, potential, and beyond to the fullest.
He has been an animator for 24 hours in his series, and with the help of a friend, he produced his very first animation to demonstrate that there are no limits to what one can learn.
He has also worked as a waiter for them for a full day, taking orders and putting them on the menu. In addition, he appeared in one of these videos as a delivery person. Later on, he spoke about the need, to be honest in one’s employment and advised being tactful around such people because their jobs aren’t always simple. Ratul Sinha is on a quest to eradicate the naive idea of jobs that are not viewed as standard in Bangladeshi culture.