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Viral Bhayani criticised for sharing allegedly fake WhatsApp chat of actor, which people have called fake
Updated At: Jul 31, 2021 01:38 PM (IST)
A still from the Instagram post of Viral Bhayani.
Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 31
Cine star Shraddha Kapoor’s fans have criticised Bollywood photographer Viral Bhayani for sharing allegedly fake WhatsApp chat of the actor which people have called fake.
“#shraddhakapoor walking out of a Mumbai shoot looking completely smitten! She was glued to her phone, grinning shyly and talking to someone called. We caught a peek of her conversation and wonder who could that be,” Bhayani’s caption read in the context of the WhatsApp chat that he posted on Instagram.
A post shared by Viral Bhayani (@viralbhayani)
“Disgusting. Have some professionalism,” an Instagram user snubbed Bhayani. “If this is a joke, it’s a bad one!! Don’t intrude into…someone’s privacy,” another comment read.
Some even pointed out that mobile phones are different. One fan pointed out: OnePlus Phone and iPhone theme on WhatsApp. The wifi, battery sign is also of iphone.
Another one said: If this is a joke (edited), it’s a bad one!! Don’t intrude into someone’s privacy like that, please. With trust, they allow yr staff within close proximity. Another follower said: ”Stop making Such stupid fake chat edits”.
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