That video was either total trash, or you misunderstood something. The average healthy human adult's heart rate is 80 beats per minute. Multiply that by 60 minutes in an hour (80 x 60) and you get 4,800 beats per hour. Multiply that by 24 hours in a day (4,800 x 24) and you have 115,200 per day. Now multiply that by 365 days in a year (115,200 x 365) and you end up with 42,048,000 heartbeats in a year. That means that no human would live to 4 years old because 42,048,000 (per year) multiplied by 4 years is 168,192,000, which is more than your 150 million right there. That, in and of itself proves the video false. My grandmother, who lived to be 93 years old had approximately 4 billion heartbeats in her lifetime.
It's also not true that a faster heart rate means a shorter life. Large domestic animals (horses, cows, etc.) have an average heart rate of 40 to 50 beats per minute, much slower than humans. Yet humans' life expectancy far exceeds that of any of those animals. So the video is totally wrong and makes no sense at all.
To live longer, live healthier. Eat a proper diet, get regular exercise, keep your weight down to what is healthy for your height, don't drink, smoke or take other drugs that damage your body, and keep your stress level as low as you can.