While showing the news of Shashi Kapoor’s death, the BBC has apologized for showing songs of Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor in the 10-hour bulletin.
Presenter Huw Edwards read the news of the death of 79-year-old Shashi Kapoor in the TV show ‘News at Ten‘ on Monday night and during this two video clips were played.
But both of the video clips were not Shashi Kapoor. In a video clip, Shashi Kapoor’s nephew Rishi Kapoor was the second and Amitabh Bachchan in the second.
Shortly after the bulletin’s broadcast, the program’s editor Paul Royal apologized for this mistake on Twitter.
But some of the BBC’s big stars have criticized this mistake on social media.
Adil Ray, co-authored by the BBC’s famous series ‘Citizen Khan’, tweeted, “Anyone in the BBC thought that the brown guy who looks in the video is the same. And worse, the two artists who were shown where Both are alive, this is a bad thing because it takes a few moments to confirm it. Caution has not been done.
Asma Mir, who presented the Saturday Live program on BBC Radio Four, said that she was very upset with this mistake.
The BBC said in a statement,The wrong picture was used to tell the story of the death of Shashi Kapoor, BBC News at Ten expressed regret for it.
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