Superstar Shahrukh Khan, who is leaving no stone unturned to promote his most ambitious project 'Ra.One', is excited about a ps3 game, based on the upcoming super-hero flick. SRK's Red Chillies Production has tied up with Sony Playstation, a leading game player, to develop and create a game based on the film.
The game called, 'Ra.One - The Game', which will be available for PS2 and PS3 consoles from September, about a month before the movie releases in October this year. "Sorry to go on and on about the Sony ps3 game but i am so taken in by it. yippeee my own personal video game...though the hair is little pointy... will put up shots of other actors too.. soon," Shahrukh said on micro-blogging site Twitter.
The world of cyberspace is fickle and the latest Bollywood celebrity to get a taste of this is none other than Shah Rukh Khan. The actor whose film Ra.One is coming up for release had its official web page www.raonemovie.com hacked into on Thursday.
The breach was not just limited to the official site, in fact any other page be it a fan based page or any that related to Ra.One was similarly hacked. Apparently, the said breach was the handy work of certain Pakistani cyber criminals who stated that they were seeking revenge for a similar cyber attack on the Karachi Press Club website.
The other site that was hacked www.raonemovie.com was defaced with a note saying, "SeeKer was here!!! A news has reched to me that s0me of indian Lamers hack Pak press club. Listen u script Kiddies . Stop hacking Paki sites or u will darely pay..."
The said breach in the internet security was apparently due to the poor programming and servers that run unpatched versions of the operating system, despite this until late evening there was no police complaint filed regarding the attack.