The News Minute | August 26, 2014 | 04:17 pm IST
What do you do if you want a picture which includes two stars (celebs who were a couple in the past)? You click a photograph with them in the frame? Nah! So old school. You Photoshop!
This is not a format we follow, simply because technological skills seem to elude us.
However, this seems to be a part of allegations that a Filmfare editor recently made against ZoomTv.
In a battle of sorts on Twitter, Anewradha, executive editor at Filmfare, recently put out this tweet along with a picture of herself with Katrina Kaif.
Anewradha, had earlier posted this picture on Twitter on August 21 where Kaif is seen pecking her on her head while posing for the camera. Zoom TV allegedly edited this picture and replaced Anewradha with none other than Salman Khan.
An image of this sort, even if it looks somewhat real, is likely to go grab a lot of eyeballs.
The News Minute does not guarantee the authenticity of these allegations. It is also unsure in what context Zoom TV used the image,if it at all did edit and use the image.
The said morphed image, which is no longer available on Zoom TV's Twitter handle, was tweeted along with the original image by Vivek Bhatia, whose Twitter account states that he is an Assistant Multimedia Editor with Filmfare.
A few other people working with Filmfare also have spoken on behalf of Anewradha, on the blatant attempt of replacing their editor with the Bhai. We could not find any response from Zoom TV regarding this issue.
It may be interesting to note that both Filmfare and Zoom are part of The Times Group. Maybe the sparring teams haven't realised that yet.