Alizeh Shah seeks legal action against her ‘viral’ video makers: Reports


Alizeh Shah made rounds on social media after a ‘viral’ video in which she can be seen smoking in a car.

The video seemed like it was filmed on traffic light without her consent and it went viral on internet within hours.

According to several reports, Alizeh sought legal action against the people who invaded her privacy and filmed her without consent.

Meanwhile, she also shared a video on Instagram of Imran Riaz (Head Of FIA Cyber Crime, Sindh and an Ambassador Against Women Harassment and Child Pornography in Cyber Space) in which he warned against sharing the viral video.

“Taking anyone’s picture or recording their video without consent, uploading, sharing, tweeting, re-tweeting it on any social media platform, like it has happened in Alizeh Shah’s case, comes under the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act, 2016. It is a crime punishable by three years in prison or Rs1million fine or both. So please be careful,” he was quoted saying in the video.

It is not the first time Alizey came under the fire on social media as earlier too she was often criticized for her clothes in award shows.

Read: ‘Why should I stay quiet if somebody misbehave’ Alizeh responds to Yasir


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