Amitabh Bachchan’s Twitter Account Hack: Meera Claims Her Account Got Hacked Too
After Amitabh Bachchan’s twitter account hack, Pakistani actress Meera has claimed that her account has gotten hacked too
Meera, the Baaji superstar and veteran Pakistani on-screen actress who is famous for her shenanigans disclosed that her twitter account got hacked before Adnan Sami and Amitabh Bachan. "My Twitter handle got hacked a month ago," she said during an interview with a foreign media outlet. "It was hacked a month prior, I'm very disturbed about it. I would welcome any assistance in this regard.” It is pertinent to mention that the most recent buzz in the realm of Twitter is hacking.
Reportedly, everything began with Bollywood king, senior Bachchan's Twitter handle being hacked earlier this week followed by Indian singer Adnan Sami’s account.
Sources familiar with the matter relayed that the hackers were Turkish or at least portrayed themselves to be.
Be that as it may, it would appear that our own one of a kind Meera Jee fell prey to the cyber-crime first.
As energized and excited as she was about her up and coming motion picture, Meera couldn't conceal being vexed about losing access to her Twitter handle.
"I have been on the chase for a decent movie, a great job and an executive who could make an excellent film. At that point I got a call and somebody communicated his desire to work with me. He revealed to me the storyline and informed the character. He is a major name of the business, a business executive, I have worked with him previously,” said Meera while shedding light on how the project of Baaji came into being.
“Later we met and talked. He revealed to me it was the main title job. When I heard the story, I had an inclination that I had been longing for this job for my entire life. This job was my unfulfilled wish. I sensed that I had been dry and this would extinguish my thirst, I had been hungry and this would satisfy my hunger. I needed to live this character, play out this character and be this character before my fans. Luckily, I found the opportunity,” she added.