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Farah Khan’s social media accounts hacked choreographer-filmmaker urges anyone to be vigilant | Bollywood Bubble

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Farah Khan's social media accounts hacked; choreographer-filmmaker urges everyone to be vigilant | Bollywood Bubble

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The social media has introduced the world closer. Even though the gains of these platforms are aplenty, but all the things has its very own execs and cons. A short while ago, filmmaker-choreographer Farah Khan took to her Instagram account to expose that her Twitter account was hacked.

The ‘Pleased New Year‘ director also uncovered that even her Instagram account was hacked but thanks to hubby Shirish Kunder it was restored.

Taking to her Instagram account, Farah Khan urged her close friends and followers to be vigilant. Inquiring everybody to not reply or click on on any information they might receive from her Twitter account, Farah wrote, “My Twitter account has been hacked as of past night. You should do not click or reply if you get any information from it as it could be applied to hack into your account far too (sic).”

The filmmaker-choreographer also exposed that even her Instagram account was hacked but her partner Shirish served to reinstate it. “This is real! My Instagram was also hacked n many dm s could have long gone from it.. pls be vigilant. I’ve managed to restore Instagram many thanks to computer engineer @shirishkunder .. hoping to get Twitter reinstated as well(sic),” she captioned her write-up. 

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Off late, several celebs have confronted a equivalent problem. A few months back, Hrithik Roshan‘s ex-spouse Sussanne Khan and Sushmita Sen‘s daughter Renee’s Instagram accounts have been hacked.

Also Browse: Farah Khan’s previous dance companion Hemu Sinha passes absent because of to Covid-19

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Former Clear Bandit star phone calls for action over poisonous air in London

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Former Clean Bandit star calls for action over toxic air in London
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usician Like Ssega these days named for tricky motion to beat the risks of toxic air for ethnic minority communities as he launched an EP inspired by the loss of life of Ella Kissi-Debrah.

The previous Clean Bandit frontman joined needs for a clean up air constitution – identified as Ella’s Law – in memory of the nine-year-previous girl from Lewisham whose loss of life was partly brought about by pollution.

The coroner in Ella’s inquest yesterday reported the measure would stop long term fatalities.

Ssega, who also arrives from Lewisham, said: “The evidence plainly displays a immediate backlink between black neighbourhoods and health and fitness problems associated with high stages of harmful air.

“It’s appalling that a beautiful nine-year-aged girl experienced to die before motion has been taken on tackling the scourge of poisonous air in inadequate Black neighbourhoods.”

Recent exploration from the Environmental Protection Fund Europe showed that London’s poorest regions and black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are hit most difficult by poisonous air.

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