Mubashir Saddique Biography

A Pakistani villager’s cooking channel on YouTube has made him a food celebrity.

Mubashir Siddique is a Pakistani YouTuber and food vlogger who is known for his Village Food Secrets channel. He provides alternates for everyday modern cuisine and an idea on how to attempt on cooking them with limited facilities. Apart from that, there are delicious traditional and continental recipes Siddique shares that the audience seems to like. Check out to know all about Mubashir Saddique Biography, Wiki, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Earnings, Address, Contact Number and More.

Mubashir Saddique Biography / Early Life

Mubashir Siddique used to work as a production manager in a Football manufacturing company in Sialkot where he was a factory worker and barely earned Rs15,000 per month as his wage. Every day, he would get on his bike and travel for an hour and a half to cover a distance of 50 kilometers. He also spent a couple of years working in Malaysia. He has a limited educational background that caused various problems but he always felt the need to do better.

He happily gave it up to focus on his new full-time job – creating what he calls “reality cooking shows”, giving out “centuries-old” family recipes to support his family and then the silver lining happened.

Mubashir Saddique Family

He lives with his family – a wife, three children, his parents and a younger brother (other works in South Korea). His wife (who never comes on-screen since she observes strict purdah) often helps him in filming.

Mubashir Saddique youtube Channel

When Saddique started his YouTube channel Village Food Secrets in January 2017, money was not on his mind. He didn’t even know that he could earn from videos shot on a cellphone. The 33-year-old Mubashir Saddique posted his first video it led to an incredible response from the audience. With limited equipment and expertise for Youtube and social media at that time, Mubashir was flabbergasted and earned way more than his monthly salary just by posting the single video.

After All, he started to share more and more food recipes from the village and people across the globe loved it. He has become a YouTube sensation in no time as the channel following has grown to 1.87M subscribers in just a mere 3 years.

The vlogger, in a video, thanked his subscribers. Siddique says,

“This all happened because of my parents’ prayers and your love. The respect you all have given me is huge and I thank all of you. This is for all of you and this channel belongs to you.”

At the end of each show, his father, who he calls the “life” of his shows and who is also his chief food taster, looks into the camera and exclaims, “Zindabad puttar, maza aa gya (Long live son, loved it)”. Saddique says his viewers love this tagline, but insists he has never ever told his father what to say.

In his exclusive interview, he still remains humble and kind at heart and thanks to God for all His blessings. We wish him the best of luck for his future and more success to follow for this wonderful youtube star! His new equipment includes a drone “for aerial photography” and an electric rice cooker that were sent by his brother from South Korea, he said excitedly.

Mubashir Saddique Earnings / Net Worth

There is no information about his Net Worth on the internet.

Mubashir Siddique Village Name / Address

Mubashir Siddique’s Village Name is Shahpur, in Sialkot district of Punjab Pakistan,

Mubashir Siddique Contact Number

There is no information about his contact number on the internet.

Mubashir Saddique BBC Interview

Mubashir Siddique Recipe / Cooking

Mubashir has a YouTube channel called ‘Village Food Secrets’ where he posts alternate cuisine foods and shows how to make them within the limited facilities. As someone who lives in a village himself, Mubashir shares the traditional and cultural side of Pakistan by showing the audience the continental recipes. Viewers say they love his YouTube videos for the “simplicity” of the “content”.

The five countries that he receives most views from are Pakistan, India, United Kingdom, United States, and Saudi Arabia. In India and UK, he says, it is the Punjabi-speaking community that forms his viewer base. Whether on YouTube or on Instagram (338 followers) and Facebook (9,400 followers), he is inundated with messages of love and admiration. “They say the food, the landscape, my use of earthenware crockery, helps in reducing their yearning for home.”

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