There have been many reports stating that social media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, Whatsapp and Facebook may get banned in India if they do not comply with the new Intermediary Guidelines. The three-month deadline given by the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology (MEITy) to accept these guidelines ends on 25 May and none of the giants have so far accepted the new regulations. many expressed their disappointment over the same. Celebrities Aparshakti Khurana, Ashnoor Kaur and Aly Goni also reacted to the news.
Former Bigg Boss took to Instagram to share his take on the buzz around Twitter and Facebook ban in India. Sharing a selfie in which he can be seen sporting a black T-shirt, Aly made an unhappy face and wrote, 'Twitter Facebook Ban?? Ahista Ahista Log Hi Ban Ho Jayenge Yaha (laughing emoticon).'
However, on Twitter, Aly shared his thoughts about how this ban might affect people by making them jobless. He wrote, 'Socho agar Twitter Insta Facebook ban hojayega toh kitne aur log jobless aur berozgaar hojayega (sad face and thumbs down emoticons).' Ashnoor shared a reel on Instagram that many can relate to. She captioned it as, 'What do you think will happen?'
On the other hand, post Bigg Boss 14, Aly Goni featured in music videos 'Tera Suit' and 'Tu Bhi Sataya Jayega' along with girlfriend, actress Jasmin Bhasin. And now, Rahul Vaidya is all set to release a song dedicated to Aly Goni and Jasmin's relationship. The singer, who is currently in Cape Town shooting for Rohit Shetty's stunt-based show Khatron Ke Khiladi 11 shared the news on Instagran as he shared first poster of the music video. The lyrics are penned by Aly Goni and Rakhi Sawant. The music video will be out tomorrow.
Socho agar Twitter Insta Facebook ban hojayega toh kitne aur log jobless aur berozgaar hojayega 😔 🙏🏼 👎🏽👎🏽— Aly Goni (@AlyGoni) May 25, 2021
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