Tisca Chopra’s Instagram account has been hacked on Sunday, and she warned her fans not to click on any suspicious links that sent out. Many of the 47-year-old actor’s pictures and videos have been “removed,” according to a letter she put on Instagram.
Chopra stated that she has filed a complaint with the cyber crime unit, and that authorities are investigating the case.
Tisca requested her fans and Instagram followers that “You must be aware of how much I love interacting with you all on Instagram. I love sharing personal, professional, and entertaining information with you. Unfortunately, my account was hacked, and many of my posts were removed, as well as my account being messed with.”
She wrote on her Instagram story that “The lovely people at @instagram, in cooperation with the cyber crime cell, tell me that this will be dealt with very quickly… and with severe consequences for the hacker(s),”
The actress, who has over a million Instagram followers, has warned her admirers “to not click on any links or DMs” from her account.
“It’s safe to like and comment on stuff,” she added.
Chopra was most recently seen in the 2019 film “Good Newwz.”
Earlier, the photos and videos of Afghanis rushing to flee the country as the Taliban gained control of Afghanistan’s capital city were “disturbing and devastating” for Tisca Chopra, who spent 10 years of her youth in Kabul.