Soumya Prakash Pradhan

Actress Alia Bhatt has once again become a victim of deepfake. Previously, someone morphed her picture into a provocative and sexually suggestive video, making it seem like she was engaging in sexual acts.

Another video has now gone viral, but this time it does not portray any adult content.

The original video, featuring actress Wamiqa flaunting her figure in a red saree, was shared on her Instagram account a few days ago. However, Alia Bhatt's face was digitally inserted into the video using AI technology.

As this altered video circulated on social media, fans of Alia questioned its legality, asking, "Is it legal to use Alia's face like this?" The video made Alia look very attractive and alluring.

The video was shared on Instagram by a user named 'Unfixface', garnering a lot of views. 

Fans reacted in the comments section, with one user pointing out, "This is actually Wamiqa Gabi's video. They replaced her face with Alia's using AI."

Another user commented, "Alia looks even more beautiful." Many users expressed concerns over the unauthorised use of Alia's face in videos.

This issue of deepfake is not limited to Alia Bhatt alone. Several other Bollywood actresses, including Rashmika Mandanna, Katrina Kaif and Kajol have also fallen prey to deepfake technology.