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Shahid Kapoor’s Instagram, Twitter hacked by a Turkish user

The 37-year-old actor was recently with a baby boy.

ET Online|
Updated: Sep 06, 2018, 05.21 PM IST
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Hours before Shahid Kapoor could officially disclose the good news of the birth of a baby boy, his Instagram and Twitter account was hacked by a Turkish user. Post this, provocative videos and messages were shared in clarifying the role of Khilji in the movie, ‘ Padmaavat’.

The 37-year-old actor played the role of Raja Ratan Singh in the same movie, where Khilji was portrayed by Ranveer Singh.

Screenshot of Shahid's hacked Instagram account

Turkish cyber outfit Ayyildiz Tim is believed to be the same person who hacked the account of Abhishek Bachchan, Anupam Kher and other celebrities in the past.
Screenshot of Shahid's hacked Instagram account

While Kapoor’s Instagram carried only one post, which was deleted later; his Twitter account witnessed a great deal of mess.

The hacker, who seems to be a fan of Katrina Kaif has shared a picture of the actress and wrote, "I love you Katrina Kaif."

Shahid's hacked Twitter account

The ‘ Haider’ actor welcomed a new member in the family on Wednesday evening. However, no official statement has been made by the family yet. Alia Bhatt, Preity Zinta and other actors congratulated the couple through social media.

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