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Dhadak(translation: Heartbeat) is a musical romantic dramain Hindi. Dhadak is directed by Shashank Kahitanand stars Janhvi Kapoor, Ishaan Khatterand Ashutosh Ranain the lead roles.

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YouTube spends $25 million to fight fake news

July 10 (AZINS) YouTube has announced new measures to tackle the spread of conspiracy theory videos and fake news on its platform. YouTube said it is working with Google News Initiative to support journalists and publishers. For this, it has earmarked USD 25 million to create a group of experts that will advise on new features, TechCrunch reported.

As part of the new measures, YouTube will provide context to search results about breaking news. It will show more information from third-party sources for conspiracy theory videos.

YouTube is running a “small and brief” experiment, involving 0.3% of users for a few weeks, however it's causing a bit of an uproar among the community of creators.

When browsing YouTube videos, each link has a preview image, or thumbnail, as they call it. For those YouTube creators looking to get more views, a custom thumbnail could make a difference and often they put great effort into making theirs stand out, which is why the latest decision by the company to test auto-generated thumbnails has not been well received.

Therefore 0.3% of viewers will see YouTube's auto-generated thumbnail, across all channels, instead of the custom-made ones from the creators. This was announced in a post, in a YouTube Help Forum on June 27, noting that “this will not affect the content of the videos” and “There are no current plans to change or remove the ability to add custom thumbnails.”

Despite noting that it is “a top request [they] get from creators who use them,” many have taken to Twitter to express their unhappiness about this trial designed to test "effectiveness," which some feel YouTube could have publicized better beforehand, rather than waiting for someone to confront them.