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Alia Bhatt's deepfake video goes viral on internet

SHOCKING Video Goes Viral: This time Alia Bhatt..

Following the release of a viral deepfake video purporting to show Rashmika Mandanna entering an elevator on social media, there has been widespread outrage over the misuse of technology and the lack of proper legal protections that have allowed this negative use of artificial intelligence (AI) to flourish. And now, a video of Alia Bhatt with a mutated face has gone viral on social media. In the video, Alia Bhatt's visage is superimposed on the face of another woman, who is sitting on a bed. The video shows a female in a blue flowery, strapless co-ord outfit with Alia's face making moves towards the camera as she speaks.

A deepfake video of Bollywood star Kajol appeared on the internet just a few days ago. A lady with Kajol's face pasted onto her body was seen changing clothes on camera in the footage. The video was first published on TikTok by a British social media influencer as part of the 'Get Ready With Me' craze. Breen's face is morphed and replaced by Kajol's in the digitally edited footage, which is now going viral on social media, and it appears that the Bollywood actress is changing her outfit on camera. Katrina Kaif's Tiger-3 action sequence, in which she fights another lady in a towel, was likewise altered in her deepfake.

In the instance of Rashmika Mandanna, the video was first uploaded on Instagram by British Indian influencer Zara Patel, who later reacted to the modified version. "Hi all, it has come to my attention that someone generated a fake video using my body and the face of a popular Bollywood actress," she tweeted. I had not participated in the deepfake video, and what is happening severely worried and angered me. I am concerned about the future of women and girls who must now be even more cautious about placing themselves on social media. Please take a step back and double-check the information you get online. "Not everything you see on the internet is true."

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