Fake Pictures Alert! These Pictures Of Golden Temple Are Going Viral On The Internet, Even Big B Shared One

Written By : Saicharan Palakurthi

Thanks to Social media for the instant news and happy photographs, earlier on 26th January on the eve of Republic Day, the world’s tallest man-made building ‘Burj Khalifa’ in UAE was lit up with Indian tricolor flag. Addition to this, a popular patriotic single from ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ Jai Ho was played during the occasion.

amritsar diwali 2017 golden temple viral pic

Now, there are some annoying things that mislead people, and imagine if a well-praised personality, unfortunately, shares this hoax news? Yes! this is what exactly happened the on Diwali at Golden Temple, Amritsar.

While it is assumed that the Internet has a waist full of knowledge to offer and a handful of crap to flavor our curiosity, most of the day to day things we acknowledge on the social media are fake, well, not always. And this picture tops everything in such aspect.

Check out the picture-tweet that is going viral,

Even, Big B Amitabh Bachchan shared this,

Now, soon after the picture went viral, people went scrutinizing the picture, revealed the original one and confirmed it fake. They went trolling those people for sharing the photograph with almost non-existent authenticity.

Check out the Twitter reactions here:

While everything is going on a high swing, the man behind this picture has come out claiming that it is a fake picture and he edited it before posting. He added that it is a piece of art and no trick to fool people.

Check out his tweets here:

After the pic went viral, he wrote, “Overall work is by me, not by someone else & yes it’s editing & not real I’ve created art not made fool of anyone, thnx”.

After all, the picture has garnered so much attention that people actually stopped caring about the authenticity of it. Navkaran’s reply is already overshadowed by the matter of popularity his edited picture has earned.

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