Talented comedian and online celebrity, Milad Ghasemikhah Pargam, decides to ignore “haters” and focus his strength on providing his fans with amazing content
Over the years, Milad Ghasemikhah has built his brand on the internet, especially on Instagram, where his number of fans increases by the day, with more than 3 million followers at the moment. In a recent interview, Milad stated his intention to focus on his fans as he continues to grow his brand.
“I’ve learned that haters gonna hate and there is nothing that I can do except to ignore them and focus on the people who are actually my fans, and I will always try to make them laugh, I do what I do because of them!” said Milad Ghasemikhah, when he was asked about his plans on how to grow and succeed in the industry.
The entertainment industry has grown over several decades to become a multi-billion dollar market of different sectors. There has been an influx of tons of creative minds into the industry in recent times, with the internet and the emergence of several online platforms creating an opportunity for people to show their creativity. However, this development has made the industry even more competitive and dynamic as content creators struggle to meet the diverse needs of the audience, with the hope of increasing their fan base. Therefore, the feat achieved by the likes of Milad is worth celebrating.
Milad is unlike many other social media influencers and online celebrities as he focuses his strength on promoting gender equality. His works talk about pertinent real life issues in a comical manner, triggering conversations that will help drive the needed change in society without necessarily attaching too much seriousness.
“I think the fact that I understand women and I can completely relate to them and speaking up for them makes me different from the other comedy influencers,” said Milad Ghasemikhah Pargam.
As a comedian, Milad has done extremely well in achieving his deliverable – making people laugh. “As a comedian and an influencer my job is to make people laugh and teach them right from wrong especially when it comes to treating women the way they deserve it,” Milad Ghasemikhah Pargam said.