Generally I don't go into the debate of right or wrong. What matters to me is: the most natural formation of sentence or how people use different styles to say different things in conversations which I've found agrees with the grammar rules most of the times. So going by that the sentence you suggested is not incorrect however out of the three sentences below the last will be less likely spoken by somebody as an independent statement.I think the Hindi sentence itself is wrong.
इस यूट्यूब विडियो के बहुत कम व्यूज़ हैं।
For what it is worth, many Hindi speakers I know, when speaking English, use "less" in a strange, absolute way, meaning "little" (in either a countable or uncountable fashion) rather than "a smaller number or quantity".
If used in that sense, I believe that is the "incorrection" @Qureshpor is talking about.