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Surbhi Chandna responds to India’s Instagram ban with new fun video. Try not to miss



In the midst of reports of Instagram getting restricted in India, Surbhi Chandna responded to it by posting fun video of herself. The entertainer is seen lip-matching up to the melody Gilehriyaan in the video.

In the midst of a few reports doing adjusts on the Internet about online media applications Instagram, Facebook and Twitter confronting a boycott in India, Naagin 5 entertainer, Surbhi Chandna, responded to it with a charming Instagram reel. In the video, she is seen lipsyncing to Jonita Gandhi’s melody Gilehriyaan. In the inscription, Surbhi contemplated whether this was the last time she was utilizing Instagram.

Surbhi Chandna captioned it, “Vellapanti Ke Liye Ready Ho Jayiye. Who knows it is the last we are seeing of Instagram #iloveinstagram #reelitfeelit (sic).”

Surbhi made her acting presentation with an appearance on Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah. She was subsequently seen on Qubool Hai. The entertainer rose to popularity with Ishqbaaz, inverse Nakuul Mehta. Surbhi Chandna was as of late found in a music video named Bepanah Pyaar with her Naagin 5 co-star Sharad Malhotra. Delivered by VYRL Originals, the melody has been sung by Payal Dev and Yasser Desai. Surbhi and Sharad’s science was unmissable in the music video.


It was reported that social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and Instagram may face a ban in India if they do not comply with the new Intermediary Guidelines. The deadline to accept the guidelines set by the government ended on May 25 but so far none of the platforms including WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter has complied with the new regulations. However, nothing has happened yet and all these social media platforms are still functional.

As per the new rules announced by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, the social media platforms will have to appoint compliance officers from India. The officer will overlook the complaints, monitor the content and remove it if it is objectionable. Such rules are not only applicable to social media platforms but also to OTT platforms.