Student in Bihar names Sunny Leone and Emraan Hashmi as parents in exam admit card,Emraam Says ‘I Swear He Ain’t Mine’

Bollywood actors Emraan Hashmi and Sunny Leone have become parents to a 20-years old Bihar boy without even getting married and then knowing about it.

Recently,  A student of Dhanraj Mahto Degree College named Kundan Kumar wrote Emraan’s name in the place of his father and Sunny’s name in the place of his mother on his admit card. Since then, the news has been going viral on the internet. While it is said to be a mischief, the authorities are looking into it.

Authorities at the Bhim Rao Ambedkar Bihar University here were flummoxed when a screenshot of a BA 2nd year students purported admit card, which has now gone viral on the social media, was brought to their notice.

The examinee, Kundan Kumar, is supposedly a student of Dhanraj Mahto Degree College, affiliated to the varsity and situated in Meenapur block of the district.

Against the column of fathers name is printed Emran Hasmi, which despite its different spelling brings to mind the Bollywood actor known for a licentious onscreen personal.

University authorities were in for a surprise when a screenshot of the 20-year-old student’s admit card was brought to their notice. The duo were shown as residents of north Bihar town of Muzaffarpur and not married to each other.

Emraan Hashmi’s Reaction on this

Emraan Hashmi has taken to Twitter to react to a news of a Bihar student naming him and Sunny Leone as his parents in the exam admit card. The actor had a hilarious reply to the piece of news. “I swear he ain’t mine”, Hashmi tweeted.

A number of Emraan Hashmi’s fans commented on the post. One user wrote: “This is too much. I’m sure now a lot of people are gonna name you their parents. Just for publicity.” Another replied, “Very very funny dude… But we all know it’s just a joke of the day …”

Moreover, the name of Leone, a porn star-turned-Bollywood actress, as the mother, and Chaturbhuj Sthan, the town’s infamous red light area, as the address give away the mischief.

We have ordered an inquiry. It is obviously a mischief and the student might himself be responsible for the same. Based on the report of the inquiry further action will be taken, the University’s registrar Ram Krishna Thakur said.

Sources in the varsity said attempts were being made to track down the student with the help of the Aadhar card number and the mobile number printed on the admit card.


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