Mimi Chakraborty, a member of the Trinamool Congress and an actress, took to Twitter on Wednesday to express her dissatisfaction with her phone.
After 7,000 photos and 500 videos were allegedly wiped clean from her iPhone, the 32-year-old actor-turned-politician tagged Apple Support in a tweet and requested assistance.
In the tweet, she reported that her gallery’s media material had been erased, and that all attempts to recover the data had failed. “7000 pictures. 500 videos. All got deleted from the gallery. I don’t know what to do, cry or cry out loud,” Chakraborty wrote.
— Mimssi (@mimichakraborty) November 17, 2021
According to rumours, the 32-year-old possesses an iPhone 13, which was released on September 14th by Apple.
The MP’s tweet has gotten a number of positive comments. Many people offered her advice on how to recover her lost data. However, not everyone was pleased that an elected official brought up a phone issue in a public forum.
“Recover deleted photographs from iPhone camera roll with Photos app,” one user wrote. Open the Photos app on your iPhone. Under “Other Albums,” scroll down to the “Recently Deleted” album > “Recently Deleted” > “Select” in the top right corner of the screen > “Restore” Tap “Recover Photo” in the bottom right corner of the screen.
“I guess now you’ll find some time for individuals in your constituency who are in need,” wrote another.
Prosenjit Chatterjee, a well-known Bengali actor, recently sought the attention of the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister of his state when Swiggy failed to deliver his meal despite verifying his order.
‘What if someone relies on a food app to get food delivered for their visitors and the food never arrives?’ said Bumba Da, as he is affectionately known by his admirers.
His letter began by congratulating Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, before moving on to the topic at hand. Prosenjit claimed that he placed an order on Swiggy on November 3rd, and that the status of the order was updated to ‘delivered,’ but that he never received the food.
The actor went on to say that he brought the issue to the company’s attention, and they promptly reimbursed his money. But he had something else to say.
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