Ali Abbas Zafar has gifted us with multiple good Salman Khan movies in Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai. He has been known to share some very picturesque photos from his film sets. During his last movie, Bharat, we saw how he was very active on Instagram and gave us all the fun behind-the-scenes.
The news is that Ali Abbas Zafar’s Twitter and Instagram accounts got hacked yesterday night. He took to his social media to inform about the same. He posted, “Hack Alert – Both twitter and Instagram accounts got hacked, randomly sending messages and pictures. Already reported. Will tweet once it’s fixed .”
Hack Alert – Both twitter and Instagram accounts got hacked , randomly sending messages and pictures . Already reported . Will tweet once it’s fixed .
— ali abbas zafar (@aliabbaszafar) July 16, 2019
Fortunately, nothing dangerous was done with his profiles. Recently when Amitabh Bachchan’s profile was hacked, his display picture was replaced with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan. His account was left with a pinned tweet reading, “This is an important call to the whole world! We do condemn the irrespective behaviours of Iceland republic towards Turkish footballers. We speak softly but carry a big stick and inform you about the big Cyberattack here. As Ayyildiz Tim Turkish Cyber Army +++”
Zafar, who has previously helmed blockbusters with Salman Khan, says he will continue to make big scale, emotional films.
“The industry is making fewer true blue Hindi cinema and I intend to continue making this big scale, emotional spectacles because these are the movies (for which) the entire nation go(es) to the theatres to celebrate. The success of my films bolster my belief in making cinema that is accessible, that is hugely entertaining and that has its heart at the right place,” he said.
He said that for him cinema is a medium that transports people from their realities and they should experience all the emotions and enjoy them to the hilt.
“I will continue making these out and out masala entertainers because that’s why I like to do best,” he added.