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06-11-2009, 01:49 AM #1
According to reports from Canada, the Canadian police have intervened to block the fa
According to reports from Canada, the Canadian police have intervened to block the fake Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif hardcore sex video. Publicist Flynn Remedios who first exposed the existence of this video through an article said, “A senior Canadian police officer of the rank of Major/Assistant Commissioner who spoke to me on condition of anonymity explained that after a fan who had read the article and brought the existence of this video on some porn websites to the notice of police, the police immediately ‘instructed’ the websites (most of them are USA-hosted) to pull off the offending video”.
A poorly made hardcore home sex video, using look-alike actors pretending to look like or dressed like and using wigs, outfits and makeup to resemble Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif had surfaced in Canada and was the talk of the town among NRI audiences.
A MMS clip from the same fake Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif video was also in circulation and became the talk of the town among high school and college-going kids who helped spread the fake amateur porn video through Bluetooth transfer. The video was till recently also available on some sex websites that “sell” such downloads but seems to have disappeared after word of its existence spread.
The Canadian police are now trying to ascertain the origin of the MMS. “Though the sex video has been taken off the European, US and Canadian websites, it is still available for download on sites hosted in the erstwhile China and Australia,” informed Remedios.
It is quite apparent that the video is a fake and the actors are either body doubles or have used make up techniques to resemble Salman Khan and his girlfriend and use his brand equity and popularity worldwide, particularly among the prominent NRI Indian population in Canada.
The fake sex video has now found its way to Indian shores. “A friend called me up from Bangalore to say that the Salman-Katrina sex video MMS is in circulation in Bangalore, but we are not sure if it’s the same thing,” said the publicist.
Question: What steps can actors take to put an end to such fake sex videos? Or should they simply ignore it under the pretext of 'part and parcel of showbiz'? Leave your comments below...
06-11-2009, 02:43 AM #2
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