In a recent Koffee with Karan episode, Bollywood actress Sara Ali Khan hinted at the rumored relationship between cricketer Shubman Gill and Sara Tendulkar, daughter of cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar.
This led to fan speculation and a viral deepfake photo of the alleged couple hugging, created using artificial intelligence technology.
The photo has been shared a lot on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
The deepfake video has grabbed the attention of internet users and added to the rumors about Sara Tendulkar and Shubman Gill’s relationship.
It has also led to discussions about the ethical and practical effects of deepfake technology, which can be used to deceive people.
Sara Tendulkar and Shubman Gill have not publicly addressed the deepfake or the rumors about their relationship, as they tend to keep their personal lives private.
They have not confirmed or denied the rumors. The deepfake incident shows that artificial intelligence and deepfake technology are used more online.
Deepfakes can be fun, but they also worry people because they can spread lies and hurt someone’s reputation.
As deepfake technology improves, it’s essential to understand what it can do and think carefully about what we see online.
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