Alia Bhatt's Deepfake Video Goes Viral AGAIN, Angry Fans Say, 'AI Is Winning'

Alia Bhatt is once again the victim of AI and this time it's in a GRWM(Get Ready With Me) video where she is captured getting ready for an event. Last time, it was morphed into Wamiqa Gabbi. Read on!
Alia Bhatt's Deepfake Video Goes Viral AGAIN, Angry Fans Say, 'AI Is Winning'

Alia Bhatt's Deepfake Video Goes Viral AGAIN, Angry Fans Say, 'AI Is Winning'

Bollywood star Alia Bhatt is once again the victim of a deepfake which has gone viral on social media. This has happened several times for other big celebrities too, but the fans have now lost count. Deepfake videos featuring many stars have recently sparked widespread attention on social media. This time, Alia Bhatt was seen giving a GRWM video or rather was made to look like it.

Alia Bhatt's Deepfake Video Goes Viral AGAIN

Alia Bhatt fans are deeply concerned and shocked over the fact that deep fake videos can make anything turn into reality. In a clip that has now been going viral, Alia was seen taking part in a GRWM (Get Ready With Me) trend. An Instagram user named Sameeksha Avtr took to the platform to post it and it has gained over 17 million views as of now! For those who don't know, GRWM shows a person dressing up for an event.
Have a look at the video!

Netizens React

This has sparked outrage among Alia Bhatt's fans sparking concerns over the misuse of digital manipulation technology. While one fan commented, "I thought it’s Alia, then I watched carefully, and she is not Alia," another wrote, "AI is very dangerous." One fan also commented, "What the hell? Musk was right. AI is winning everything for real."
This is not the first time that Alia's deepfake has gone viral on social media. Earlier this year, in May, Alia Bhatt's face was morphed onto Wamiqa Gabbi. Fans were left confused because the video looked very real. While one user questioned, “Is this legal?? You are using Alia's face," another fan said, “This is the actual video of Wamiqa Gabi. They replaced it with Alia's face using AI." Another user commented, “How this possible," one user commented and a user added, “Looks like Alia but."
A list of actors like Rashmika Mandanna, Kajol and Katrina Kaif have fallen prey to deepfake technology. Earlier, Aamir Khan's deepfake went viral on social media where he was seen promoting a political party.
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