is apparently the freshest victim of fake accounts on social networking sites.
The web was abuzz with the news of him joining the image-sharing website, Instagram on Thursday, May 29. However, the actor has denied the same through a post on another micro-blogging site, Twitter.
He wrote: "Guys, I am not on Instagram. It's obviously some fake account."
Guys, I am not on Instagram. Its obviously some fake account.— Aamir Khan (@aamir_khan) May 30, 2014
News portals all across the country had carried the news of him joining Instagram and also the post made from the fake account.
Four pictures were posted from the account in question, in one of which Aamir was seen with his director wife Kiran Rao, while in another, he was seen with a group of children. "No time for tweeting, just time for posting my pictures in small boxes which represent my daily days. Good morning!," wrote the 'fake Aamir'.
Among other celebrities who have been victims of such internet mischief are veteran Hollywood actor Christopher Walken, Transformers director Michael Bay and actor and martial artist Chuck Norris.