Alia Bhatt Deepfake Video Sparks AI Misuse Concerns, Joining Kajol, Katrina Kaif, and Rashmika Mandanna
Alia Bhatt’s encounter with deepfake tech raises alarms on AI misuse. The morphed video, reminiscent of earlier incidents involving Kajol, Katrina Kaif, and Rashmika Mandanna, triggers discussions on privacy infringement and the need for AI regulation.
Alia Bhatt finds herself in the latest wave of deepfake technology misuse, following in the footsteps of fellow actors Kajol, Katrina Kaif, and Rashmika Mandanna. A viral video circulating across social media platforms showcases a morphed version of Bhatt’s face on someone else’s body, catapulting concerns regarding artificial intelligence exploitation.
The video displays an individual resembling Alia Bhatt adorned in a blue floral co-ord set, engaging in suggestive gestures towards the camera. However, it’s apparent that the video is a fabrication, with Bhatt’s face superimposed onto another person’s body.
This incident follows a similar occurrence involving Kajol, where her face was edited onto TikTok influencer Rosie Breen’s body, showcasing the actress changing clothes as part of a ‘Get Ready With Me’ trend.
Rashmika Mandanna and Katrina Kaif also faced similar challenges, with Mandanna voicing her concerns on Instagram, highlighting the vulnerability to technology misuse. These events collectively call for intensified vigilance and regulation in the face of evolving AI capabilities.