Fact Check : Karan Johar gave 5 crores to the Pakistan flood victims, promised 51 crores if the film Brahmastra was a hit
Karan Johar gave 5 crores to the flood victims in Pakistan and Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Kapoor gave 1 crores each
Claim: A Twitter screenshot is going viral on social media in the name of BBC Hindi News, in which it has been told that Karan Johar gave 5 crores to the flood victims in Pakistan and Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Kapoor gave 1 crores each. And if the film Brahmastra becomes a hit, 51 crore rupees will be donated for the flood victims.
गई भैंस पानी में। pic.twitter.com/7vr9bSBRS4— सभापति मिश्र #हर_कण_हिंदू (@Sabhapa30724463) September 3, 2022
Investigation: We started to investigate the truth of this news, the matter was related to the Twitter screenshot of BBC Hindi News, that's why we reached the Twitter account of BBC Hindi News where we did not find the viral claim in the screenshot, also we searched through keyword search But we did not get this news on BBC's account.
Truth: The news on the viral screenshot is false and this screen shot is also fake, its truth has been tweeted by BBC Hindi News itself as fake.
He tweeted and wrote " FAKE NEWS ALERT
A fake tweet about Pakistan's floods and Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt's film 'Brahmastra' is being shared on social media in the name of BBC Hindi.
This tweet is fake and BBC Hindi has not made any such tweet or such news."
FAKE NEWS ALERT— BBC News Hindi (@BBCHindi) September 2, 2022
पाकिस्तान की बाढ़ और रणबीर कपूर, आलिया भट्ट की फ़िल्म 'ब्रह्मास्त्र' को लेकर एक फे़क ट्वीट सोशल मीडिया पर बीबीसी हिंदी के नाम से शेयर हो रहा है.
ये ट्वीट फ़ेक है और ऐसा कोई ट्वीट या ऐसी ख़बर बीबीसी हिंदी ने नहीं की है. pic.twitter.com/MVylmCz7Ix