Amitabh Bachchan to take legal action on video endorsing Modi as next PM
New Delhi: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan has sought legal action over a fake video on YouTube that suggests he is endorsing Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister.
“Dear all… Fake video circulation… In the year 2007, did a ‘Lead India’ campaign…, where we talked of the glorification of the country and India! Somebody has made a fake video by using my voice and text of what I spoke in the original, and falsely and mischievously, interspersed it with visuals which indicate a campaign for the promotion of the Hon Chief Minister of Gujarat, Shri Narendra Modi!!,” Bachchan wrote on his blog besides posting several alerts about the video on his official Twitter page.
Narendra Modi on Thursday sought an apology from the creator of a fake online video, which allegedly used the Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s voice to praise the BJP strongman.
“The author of the fake video should take action immediately and apologize to Amitabhji”, Modi said on micro-blogging site Twitter on Thursday in response to Bachchan’s demand for action against the person who uploaded it.
Earlier, the 70-year-old actor was furious over the fake video posted on YouTube which gave an impression of him endorsing a campaign promotion for Modi.