The singer, who has a huge fan followers across the country, on Friday, Oct 10 turned to micro-blogging site Twitter and tweeted, "Website hacked... The About me page apparently.. I get super excited wth such stuff . Some hackers from Pakistan have claimed this feat. :)"
Website hacked... The About me page apparently.. I get super excited wth such stuff . Some hackers from Pakistan have claimed this feat. :)— Sonu Nigam (@sonunigam) October 10, 2014
Once again all fingers have raised against Pakistan as the hacked site of Sonu Nigam too spoke about Pakistan. Earlier similar incident happened with famous actor Mohanlal.
A day after south Indian actor Mohanlal's official website was hacked allegedly by Kashmiri pro-separatists, a group of hackers from Kerala hacked the official website of National University of Modern Languages.
The hackers went one step ahead and posted Mohanlal's pictures and movie posters with messages in Malayalam on the university homepage.
The pro-separatists hacked into Mohanlal's page on Wednesday and uploaded an image of Pakistani flag and also, posted messages and separatist slogans. The site was recovered around 30 minutes later.
Things took an ugly turn when fans of the actor decided to retaliate by hacking Lahore university website. Another section of fans of the actor and Pakistanis took the fight to Facebook, where both the sides hurled angry abuses at each other.