Esha Gupta recently took to Twitter to inform her friends and fans that her account has been hacked. Early in the morning, a series of bizarre tweets were posted from the actress' account which read, "Dm me all numbers", and "Please send numbers waiting", which led to speculations that her account was meddled with. However, in a recent update, Gupta took to social media and posted "Account hacked please don't open or respond to Dm through this account".
Dm me all numbers— Esha Gupta (@eshagupta2811) August 15, 2019
Please send numbers waiting— Esha Gupta (@eshagupta2811) August 15, 2019
Account hacked please don’t open or respond to any DM through this account. Thanks— Esha Gupta (@eshagupta2811) August 15, 2019
However, this seems to be quite a frequent issue with Esha's profile as even last year, the actress' claimed that her account was hacked and urged netizens to not respond to any spams.
"Guys don't open whatever dm you got from my account. Wasn't me. #hacked," read one tweet. In another tweet, she wrote, "ACCOUNT HACKED.. please don't open any link in your dm from my account.. it's a spam."
Esha Gupta, last month took to her social media handle and openly called out a hotelier named 'Rohan Vig' and accused him of 'raping her through his eyes'. She tweeted: "If a woman like me can feel violated and unsafe in the county, then idk what girls around feel. Even with two securities around I felt getting raped.. #RohitVig you’re a swine.. he deserves to rot."
Revealing his details, Esha wrote on her Twitter handle that 'Is being a woman a curse?'. She also clarified by saying that Rohit Vig did not touch her or say anything but was 'throughout staring' making her uncomfortable. She wrote: "ROHIT VIG- the man who thinks staring at a woman all night n making her uncomfortable is ok. He didnot touch me or say anything. But throughout stare. Not as a fan, not Cus m an actor, but because m a Woman. Where are we safe? Is being a woman a curse!"
Meanwhile, Esha Gupta's recent film 'One Day: Justice Delivered' hit theatres earlier in June after being postponed for two weeks. The film, produced by Ketan Patel and Swati Singh, is directed by Ashok Nanda. It revolves around a Special Crime Branch officer who investigates the serial disappearance of high-profile individuals in a state capital.
Gupta and Kher play the role of a Crime Branch officer and high court judge, respectively. "Esha will be seen in a never-seen-before role and Anupam Kher will be probably seen in a very intense performance, similar to the one he had delivered 35 years ago in 'Saransh'," director Nanda said.
The film also features Zarina Wahab, Kumud Mishra, Zakir Hussain, Rajesh Sharma, Deepshikha and Murali Sharma.
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