Fake Shares: Not Only Heroes, Media Should Also Feel Shame

Mon 20th Jan 2020 09:06 PM

Fake Shares: Not Only Heroes, Media Should Also Be Blamed

Heroes and Media Responsible for Fake Shares
Heroes and Media Responsible for Fake Shares
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Film industry has good number of big stars and every big star is accepted given his unique style of performance. Obviously, the attitudes of no two heroes are one and the same. While most of the heroes leave film's collections and business matters to the producers and distributors, some heroes believe that circulating fake collections let them get number one positions. 

There are a few stars of film industry, who have been trying for the past few decades to become number one either by hook or crook. They feel fake collections make their image escalated to the zenith. Sadly, their positions remain the same as they had before. Even then, they are not getting repented. 

It can be said a heart piercing situation when a genuine blockbuster's status is mercilessly tried to degrade with fake collections of other films. Should heroes, who are found responsible for spread of fake collections, alone be blamed for this pathetic situation? Certainly not! The Media, that publish the fake numbers given by PR teams, without checking the facts right should also be blamed. 

Fortunately, some Media houses are initiating a revolt against fake collections. Recently, a 'great Media' openly, broke the ice that it was vexed by fake collections and it wouldn't publish fake collections anymore. A top box office tracking Media has also decided the same and is posting only genuine shares of films. 

Wish that all other Media houses should also determine to post only real collections of films. Of course, there maybe obligations from various PRs fake collections. However, to restore the transparency, Media should throw those fake collections to trash bins.

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