“Kabir Singh” Star Kiara Advani’s Twitter Account Hacked, She Warns Fans To Ignore Strange Tweets
Leela Adwani |Oct 09, 2019
Kiara's Twitter account has been reportedly hacked. The lady outright took to her Instagram to urge fans to ignore all strange tweets.
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Bollywood actress Kiara Advani has made her mark in the competitive Hindi film industry albeit she is just a few film olds. She struck a chord with the audience thanks to her out-of-the-box choices and off-beat films. Her popularity has surged since the victory of blockbuster Kabir Singh which turned out to be the highest-grossing films of 2019.
Kiara is also quite active on social media, though such platforms are also a tricky place to be in. She is recently the latest victim as her Twitter account has been reportedly hacked. The lady outright took to her Instagram to urge fans to ignore all strange tweets.
Adding to the story section on Instagram, the Kabir Singh star announced, “My Twitter account has been hacked. We are working on it to get it back. Please ignore any unnecessary or strange tweets being posted.”
Elaborating further over the same, she said, “Please do not click on any suspicious link that is being sent from my Twitter account. My account is still hacked and this link is not sent by me.”
The fact that her Twitter account now is unverified and the profile picture goes blank as well. It seems like Kiara is yet to be able to recover her account.
For those unversed, earlier, several B-town stars like Shahid Kapoor, Amitabh Bachchan and many others also faced this issue.
On the professional front, the actress has an interesting slate of films coming up. She will be next seen in the film Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2 alongside Kartik Aaryan. Kiara will also team up with Akshay Kumar in the film Laxmmi Bomb and be also a part of much-awaited project Good News.