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San Jose: In a bid to express support for ‘Digital India’, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg changed his profile picture to support ‘Digital India’ ahead of his interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Within minutes, Modi too changed his picture to thank him.

“I changed my profile picture to support ‘Digital India’, the Indian government’s effort to connect rural communities to the internet and give people access to more services online. Looking forward to discussing this with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Facebook today,” posted Zuckerberg on Facebook.

photo credit: facebook.com
photo credit: facebook.com

 

While Zuckerberg’s new picture shows his side profile overlaid with the saffron, white and green colours of the Indian flag, Modi’s new picture shows his full face with the colours of India similarly overlaid.

(With inputs from IANS)

 

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Actor Varun Dhawan Thinks That Film Industry Now Harness The Concept of Digital India

On his favourite social media personality, he said: "It is ‘The Rock', Dwayne Johnson. I think we all have something to learn from that man."

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Film industry has woken up to importance of Digital India: Varun Dhawan.

Actor Varun Dhawan says the Indian film industry is now harnessing the power of the Internet to reach the masses.

The “Badlapur” actor, who connects to his fans via social media frequently, received the Best Digital Personality of the Year Award at the Digital Marketers’ Awards by IAMAI and moneycontrol here on Wednesday, read a statement.

Varun Dhawan then took to answering a few questions, talking about trolls, media personalities and about India going digital.

Bollywood Actor Varun Dhawan
Varun Dhawan.

He said: “Most of the youth is on the Internet. In fact, when I was shooting for my film ‘Sui Dhaaga…’ in Chanderi, most televisions didn’t work and there were no cinemas. But everyone had high-speed internet, which is probably how they know me; through my songs and videos on YouTube.

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“Digital India is way bigger than we think and our film industry has woken up to its importance and now uses it to reach out to the masses.”

On his favourite social media personality, he said: “It is ‘The Rock’, Dwayne Johnson. I think we all have something to learn from that man.” (IANS)