Shweta Tiwari reports her fake account on Facebook; you will be surprised what her impostor was demanding from her fans

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Social media is like a double-edged sword. ‘Mere Dad Ki Dulhan’ actress Shweta Tiwari recently had a very unusual experience. The actress came across her fake account on Facebook which was demanding her fans to share their Netflix accounts as a part of an initiative to help people stay at home amidst the lockdown! Wow…what a plan.

Thankfully, Shweta came across her fake accounts and she immediately clarified that she neither uses Facebook or Twitter. The lovely actress even requested her fans and followers to report the fake account. “This is not me…Please report,” the actress wrote on her Instagram stories alongside a screenshot of her fake Facebook account.

You can check it out below:


One of the messages by the actress’ impostor read, “Hey, hello everyone! Hope you guys are staying safe. As a gesture to stay home and avoid people to go outdoors, we have started sharing Netflix accounts so that people stay home. It’s a request to my fans those who are interested to share their Netflix accounts please DM. Your information will safe with us. Help others stay home by doing this small favour(sic).”

Now that’s quite an innovative way to watch Netflix for free! Don’t you guys agree?

Shweta has a verified account on Instagram, where she has clearly stated that she is not on Twitter or Facebook.

On the work front, the actress is currently seen in ‘Mere Dad Ki Dulhan’.

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