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Kangana Ranaut claims Chinese Instagram hacking amid Taliban posts

Kangana Ranaut claims Chinese Instagram hacking amid Taliban posts
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Bollywood star Kangana Ranaut took to her Instagram story to inform everyone that someone in China had tried to access her account on the photo-sharing social media platform.

"Last night I got an Instagram alert as someone tried to hack my account in China, the alert disappeared suddenly, and this morning all my stories about Talibanis have disappeared. My account was disabled. After calling Instagram people I could access it, but as I try to write I am getting logged out of my account again and again," she wrote on August 18.

Kangana described the suspicious activity as a "very big international conspiracy".

"Took my sister's phone to do this story, as she has my account opened on her phone as well. This is a very big international conspiracy... Unbelievable," she claimed.

Earlier this year, Kangana's Twitter account was suspended for her offensive tweets, and since then she has been actively expressing her views on different topics on Instagram.


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Meanwhile, the shooting of her upcoming film 'Tiku weds Sheru' was announced for the first week of November. This recent update about the film was also shared by Ranaut on her Instagram account.
She posted a picture of her engaged in what looks like a serious discussion with the other team members of her production venture.

"Preproduction of Tiku weds Sheru at @manikarnikafilms office, filming begins first week of November," the image was captioned.
Kangana is producing the film under her production house Manikarnika Films and this will be her maiden digital venture.
'Tiku weds Sheru' is being touted as a dark comedy featuring actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui in the lead role.


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