Alia Bhatt Becomes Latest Victim Of Deepfakes! After Rashmika Mandanna, Katrina Kaif, Former’s Vulgar Video Goes VIRAL

Alia Bhatt's deep fake video goes viral and the actress is the latest victim of morphed footage being circulated online using AI tools

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Alia Bhatt Becomes Latest Victim Of Deepfakes! After Rashmika Mandanna, Katrina Kaif, Former’s Vulgar Video Goes VIRAL
Following the circulation of deepfake videos featuring celebrities like Rashmika Mandanna, Katrina Kaif, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Kajol, Sara Tendulkar, and industrialist Ratan, a new deepfake video purportedly showcasing actress Alia Bhatt has surfaced across social media platforms. This viral footage exhibits Alia Bhatt's face digitally superimposed onto a video depicting a woman making lewd gestures. Upon closer scrutiny, it's evident that the person in the video is not Alia Bhatt. The emergence of this deepfake video featuring Alia Bhatt has triggered widespread outrage amid the ongoing concerns regarding the potential dangers associated with deepfake technology. ALSO READ | WHAT?! Kajol’s Deepfake Video Of Changing Dress On Camera Goes Viral! New Fake Clip Leaves Netizens Fuming-DETAILS INSIDE

Just days following the emergence of a deepfake video featuring actress Rashmika Mandanna, another deepfake video, this time allegedly involving Alia Bhatt, has surfaced online. Earlier this month, Rashmika Mandanna voiced her concerns and anguish after a deepfake video misused her face on another woman's video, causing it to circulate widely on social media. In response, she emphasized the pressing need to combat the misuse of technology, particularly its potential harm to vulnerable individuals. Rashmika urged collective action from the community to address and prevent such incidents from occurring. Meanwhile, Alia Bhatt's deepfake videos are taken down from the internet but many users took screenshots of the footage and are circulating online. ALSO READ | Rashmika Mandanna Deepfake Video Row: Delhi Police Questions 19-Year-Old Youth From Bihar-DETAILS INSIDE

Deepfakes refer to AI-generated visual content, whether images or videos, capable of depicting events or statements that never took place. Utilizing machine learning and face-swapping technologies, certain applications produce these deceptive creations by overlaying one individual's image onto another's. The outcome typically appears remarkably realistic and challenging to discern as artificial or manipulated. Circulation of any such video online is a strict offence under Cyber laws.

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