Rashmika Mandanna thanked veteran actor Amitabh Bachchan on social media for supporting her after a fake video was circulated.
The video, which appeared online recently, was a deepfake made to damage Rashmika’s reputation.
Rashmika, known for her roles in films like Pushpa: The Rise and Pushpa: The Rule, was upset by the attempt to harm her image.
Amitabh Bachchan, a respected figure in the Indian film industry, showed his support and criticized the creation and spread of the fake video.
Rashmika expressed her gratitude on social media, saying she felt safe with leaders like Bachchan.
Fans and netizens were moved by Bachchan’s kind response and Rashmika’s strength in a difficult situation.
This incident shows how deepfakes can harm people’s reputations. It also reminds us to stand up against cyberbullying and support those who are targeted.
Rashmika’s appreciation for Bachchan shows how empathy and support can make a difference.
Bachchan’s intervention not only comforted Rashmika but also sent a strong message against online harassment.
The world is dealing with more deepfakes. We must stay alert and help people affected by this technology, which is used for the wrong reasons.
We can create a safer online space where people are respected and protected from unfair attacks on their reputations.
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