Published: Tue, June 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Amitabh Bachchan’s Twitter account hacked; Check tweets

Amitabh Bachchan’s Twitter account hacked; Check tweets

The hackers have also criticised the "Indian State" in their tweets.

The Bollywood superstar, who regularly takes to Twitter to stay connected with his fans has a staggering 37.4 million followers on the social networking site. Amitabh Bachchan retweeted the video and had a hilarious reply to it. The group replaced Bachchan's profile picture with a photo of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan and also changed the bio, adding "Love Pakistan" and an emoji of the Turkish flag.

Before this, Shahid Kapoor's Twitter account had also fallen a victim to hacking and the tweet had a reference to how Alauddin Khilji's character was portrayed in his film "Padmaavat". "Indian Muslims are entrusted to us by Abdulhamid", another tweet read.

They started off by asking for "support" and sharing an Instagram link which seems to direct to a profile belonging to the hackers.

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The hackers are continuously posting tweets, condemning the actions of the Icelandic republic towards Turkish footballers.

Several tweets were posted from the Big-B's account by Ayyildiz Tim including anti-India posts.

Amitabh Bachchan ties the knot with Jaya Bhaduri on June 3, 1973. The cover photo of Bachchan's account, which was subsequently deleted, showed the promo picture of the group with an eagle in flight - the same case as Adnan Sami's account. The group was known for hacking social media accounts of high-profile tech celebrities by using old passwords from LinkedIn and MySpace data dumps. They have begun investigating the matter. What do you think of this entire mess?

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