Last days there was a news revolving around the industry and public that famous actress Reema has died of a heart attack and she is no more in this mortal world. Though the news was real about actress Reema, but it was not about Pakistani actress Reema.
Unfortunately, our social media and some news reporters willingly make a twist in the news to make public read their news first. But they forget that spreading a fake impression or commotion for nothing in public is ethically a crime and doesn’t fit the profession of news reporting. Some news and videos are reported in which they tried to make an impression like Pakistani actress Reema has died of heart attack, whereas the news was about India film and drama actress Reema (Mumbai, India), who died on 18 May at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital Mumbai. She was suffering from cardiac arrest and was 59 of age.
Same kind of video was noticed at a famous actress’s official Facebook page, and it just spreads ambiguous information among people. It needs to be more clear and authentic in social media campaigns, especially while reporting news. It is the necessity of today’s distressed social media situations.