The original AAP poster said 'Now Gujarat will change' and featured Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and party leaders Gopal Italia and Isudan Gadhavi.
The video is a simulation game made by Digital Combat Simulator. It was first posted on YouTube in October last year.
Hours after Dilip Kumar's death, several social media users said the late actor donated his wealth to the Waqf Board, instead of giving it to an NGO or old age home.
The viral photo is not of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Mehrazuddin Halwai, but British security guard-turned ISIS militant, Omar Hussain.
The Facebook posts and WhatsApp messages claimed the arrested man in the video is Siraj Mohd Anwar, a 'mobster' from Delhi.
The image was shared by BJP leader Priti Gandhi, along with the photo of Sabarmati Riverfront, with the hashtags #TaleOfTwoCities and #ModiHaiToMumkinHai.
Several social media users have falsely claimed Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal congratulated the people of the city for the installation of a speed bump.
In the original video, taken on 10 April during the West Bengal assembly polls, PM Modi can be heard narrating a story about a robber who is about to be hanged for his crimes.
The photograph was originally clicked by a Reuters photographer in 2009 in Delhi's Sanjay Colony during Congress CM Shiela Dikshit's tenure.
Photoshopped image of PM Modi was earlier circulated with different claims. Original image is of Modi and a social worker, Deepika Mondol.