Salman Khan’s brother-in-law Aayush Sharma is all in news making headlines for his latest release and debut movie Loveyatri. On one hand, where people are talking about his movie, work, and his performance in the film, something very different is also making rounds on Twitter.
Guess what! It’s Aayush Sharma’s old Tweets from previous years that is being retweeted and discussed on public forums.
Aayush in his Tweets has targeted high profile and influential people including BJP leader Smriti Irani, Indian Crickter Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Congress President Rahul Gandhi, Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma and the most surprisingly Bollywood superstar and his brother-in-law Salman Khan.
Aayush Sharma is the husband of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan’s sister Arpita Khan. And seeing Tweets of the new-comer actor over something controversial straight away affects the Khan family’s reputation. However, wife Arpita Khan has stood up in the defence of the series of Tweets popped up in the micro-blogging and said that the account was hacked. According to her, someone had hacked the actor’s Twitter account and had done the mischievous activities.
“Someone has hacked into Aayush’s Twitter account and is posting extremely fabricated and malicious Tweets. Our teams are getting to the bottom of this as soon as possible and strong action will be taken against the miscreants. This is totally uncalled for and not at all something Aayush would do,” Tweeted Arpita Khan from her Twitter handle.
— फ़ज़लूर (@fazlurism) October 6, 2018
The Tweets are of the time when Arpita was not married to Aayush. However, netizens quickly reacted to her Tweet and replied that there are no new Tweets that a hacker can Tweet by hacking his account. In fact, the Tweets are years old which are either retweeted or liked making it resurface on the timeline.
Dear arpita its his old tweet in the year 2011 .
No one hacked his account
— Harshada ?? (@IAmTheSalmanFan) October 6, 2018
However, some of the old Tweets have been deleted from the account whereas others are still being shared with screenshots. Well, would you call it a publicity stunt by Aayush to promote his film Loveyatri?