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Urmila Matondkar retrieves her hacked Instagram account; thanks Mumbai Police for the support – Times of India


Actress turned politician Urmila Matondkar, who is quite active on social media, has thanked the Mumbai police for helping her and retrieving her Instagram account. Her handle was hacked recently and she had even registered a complaint.

She shared the update with her fans on Twitter a few days back and wrote, ““Cyber crimes” is not something that women should take lightly..as I went to file FIR on my @instagram ac hacking met this dynamic DCP #cybercrime @MumbaiPolice Smt. Rashmi Karandikar who enlightened me lot more on the issue. Will surely be working on it in future. @MahaCyber1”

Today, she shared a beautiful picture on Instagram and revealed that her account has been retrieved. Her post read, “And I’m back again 😁❤️ Thank you @instagram and @mumbaipolice for all your cooperation in retrieving my account even though few of my posts are missing 😔 Lots of love to all my #instafamily 💕💕💕” Have a look:

Recently, Sushmita Sen’s daughter Renee’s account was also hacked. The actress had shared a screenshot of the same and posted it with a long note. She had written, “Please note, my daughter Renee’s #instagram Account has been Hacked by some idiot, who doesn’t realise yet, that Renee is happy to begin anew!! 👍😁 I feel bad for the guy!! Keeping you all posted!!! #solareclipse #randomchaos #newbeginnings 👊🤗❤️ I love you guys!!”

Meanwhile, Urmila recently joined Shiv Sena and announced the same on social media. Earlier, she was a part of Congress political party.



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