Esha Gupta Wished Republic Day On Independence Day, Got Trolled For Saying Account Was Hacked

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Esha Gupta, the model-actress, is always in the news for her bold and hot photos but today she is making headlines for all the hilarious reasons.

Today is India’s Independence Day and the whole country is busy celebrating the auspicious day. Many Bollywood celebs took to Twitter to wish their fans including Esha Gupta; however by mistake, she offered greetings of the Republic Day.

Soon Isha tried to control the situation by tweeting that her account has been hacked. Isha wrote,

“Account hacked please don’t open or respond to any DM through this account. Thanks”

It was too late for handling the situation as the damage was already done. Twitter users took a notice of the blunder made by Esha and trolled her in the most epic way. People found it difficult to believe that her account was hacked and alleged that she had posted this message because she made the mistake of wishing Happy Republic Day to everyone.

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However a little later, she was back on Twitter and told everyone that she has got her account back. In fact she also posted some tips as to what a person should do if his/her account shows any suspicious activity. She tweeted,

“Finally got the account back in order. Thanks to a lot of people who informed me on IG. (P.S-don’t change your password if you get a mail about any suspicious activity on twitter and asks you to change the password as that can lead to hacking).”

Esha also posted a tweet wishing everyone on the Independence Day and told the trollers that they are teaching about this day to the daughter of an Airforce personnel. She tweeted,

“Happy Independence Day.. (thanks for telling an airforce daughter that she knows otherwise😂) y’all troller are too much🙏🏽

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