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Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited
सुपर कैसेट्स इंडस्ट्रीज प्राइवेट लिमिटेड
supar kaisets indastreej praivet limited
Participant in Participant in the Great Subscriber War
T-series-logo
Active
IdeologyAnti-Meme
FoundersGulshan Kumar
LeadersSee section
HeadquartersNoida, India
Area of operationsC7F4144D-011D-4E4E-9685-A95068605E19
T-Series's territory, in red, at the time of its greatest territorial extent.
Size115 million sub bot
ColoursRed and White
Allies
  • Dianna Lora
  • Pepsi
  • Dillon The Hacker
  • Susan Wojcicki
and others...
Battles and war(s)
Websitehttps://www.tseries.com
Super Cassettes Industries Private Limited, doing business as T-Series, is a music record label and film production company in India founded by Gulshan Kumar in 1983, and is currently managed by his son Bhushan Kumar. The company is dubbed T-bad, T-rash and T-gay by a majority of PewDiePie's supporters.

T-Series is primarily known for distributing Bollywood music soundtracks and Indian pop music. At over 90 million subscribers and growing, it is the second-most subscribed channel on YouTube, threatening the top position held by PewDiePie for nearly six years. They surpassed PewDiePie on multiple occasions in February and March 2019, the longest being from March 27th to April 1st, when the release of PewDiePie's tongue-in-cheek song Congratulations' featuring YouTubers Roomie and Boyinaband saw him gain enough subscribers to regain his position.

T-Series chairman and managing director Bhushan Kumar started the viral hashtag #BharatWinsYouTube in an effort to rally support in the War, while at the same time promoting his film Bharat, which he co-produced. Among the celebrities that voiced their support for T-Series are Salman Khan, Anil Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Sidharth Malhotra, Shraddha Kapoor, John Abraham, Disha Patani and Sunny Leone.

Unfortunately, PewDiePie was dethroned after his songs Congratulations and bitch lasagna were banned in India after T-Series filed a complaint with the Delhi High Court over abusive, vulgar and racist content. There is no verdict as of June 2019, but a hearing is scheduled for July.

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