Who Are Mrwhosetheboss Parents and Siblings? Meet Arun Maini’s Father, Mother, Sister, and Brother

Technology YouTuber Arun Maini, better known online as Mrwhosetheboss has a beautiful family. Who are his mom, dad, and siblings?

Mrwhosetheboss is one of the top and most famous tech content creators on YouTube currently. His name comes to mind everywhere fellow tech creators such as Marques Brownlee (MKBHD) are mentioned.

Due to his popularity, many of his followers, subscribers, and fans would want to know more about his family life and most especially, his parents. So, who are MrWhoseTheBoss’s mom and dad, and does he have any other siblings?

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Who are Arun Maini’s parents and siblings?

YouTuber Mrwhosetheboss comes from a beautiful family. Can we say, rich family?

Arun Maini’s parents are Dinesh Maini and Malti Maini. Arun Maini’s father’s name is Dinesh Maini, whereas his mother’s name is Malti Maini.

According to Otakukart, His father is a cosmetic director. In addition, his mother is the director of the Zenith Cosmetic Clinic. He also has a younger sister named Aanavee Maini and a younger brother named Karan Maini.

Who is Mrwhosetheboss?

Arun Rupesh Maini, better known as Mrwhosetheboss, is an English YouTuber, known for his technology content. Basically, Mrwhosetheboss is an English technological review channel on YouTube owned and run by Arun Rupesh Maini but managed by Night Media.

The top technology YouTuber has been rumored to be from India but per TheVibely research, he’s an English YT personality.

He is from the United Kingdom, and was born in England on October 24, 1995, but has an Indian origin, however, he considers himself British. Per his Fandom Wiki, he currently lives in Nottingham, England, United Kingdom.

Not much is known about his childhood, other than that he got really good grades all throughout school and he played chess. Throughout his teen years, he was picked on and had really low self-esteem, to the point where he would go everywhere with his head down, until one day, his uncle put his head up and told him to stay that way. Eventually, he got his first phone and was amazed at how much he could do with it.

Maini graduated from the University of Warwick with a degree in Economics with first-class Honors in the year 2017. During the course of his studies, he had an internship at Pricewaterhouse Coopers. He considered these eight weeks “rather mundane and boring”. When there, Maini would often complete his work “really quickly” and begin jotting down ideas for new YouTube videos to be recorded that evening. At the conclusion of his internship with Price Waterhouse, Maini was offered an entry-level job that made a salary of about £35,000 (about $46,000). after graduation, he turned down a job offer from PWC and prioritized his career on YouTube.

He joined YouTube on April 20, 2011, and the channel has undergone significant changes. As of September 2022, he has over 11.6 million subscribers, 1.4K uploaded videos, over 19 billion total views, and a second channel named Mrwhosetheboss Short which also has over 5 million subs.

His channel is ranked the 280th most subscribed channel on the platform, the 37th best channel in the UK, and the 16th best Tech channel on YouTube. In terms of video views, he is 3,966th and the 3,703rd overall best YouTube channel.

Maini originally started uploading video game content to YouTube. When he was 14 years old, his brother gave him his first smartphone, a ZTE Blade. Maini decided to make a video about it; “many people watched it, and the video did much better than I expected”. From there, he turned his attention to creating smartphone videos, which ultimately led to the trajectory of his channel.

Arun initially focused on videos about smartphones, including smartphone reviews. As the channel’s following increased, Maini expanded his video premises to cover laptops, cars, and even a vacuum cleaner. He also has made videos where he gives his honest thoughts about topics such as manipulation of the media by tech companies and the metaverse. In 2015, Maini uploaded a tutorial on creating a makeshift 3D hologram projector via crafting a pyramid composed of reflective material and placing it on a smartphone screen. The video received coverage from The Daily Dot and CNBC.

Maini wanted to start his career doing only expensive phone reviews. Many other technological YouTubers inspired him.

However, all of them would attend particular private events and seminars and he wanted to, too. But at the same time, making phone reviews was getting him to a loss as he did not have proper back-end finance at that time. As a result, he had only two choices- directly buying and selling phones or quitting the channel. But Arun did not quit; he continued making review videos until he got a decent amount of viewers and subscribers, after which, he became settled.

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