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Emraan Hashmi reacts to a Bihar student naming him as father in his admit card and it is sure to leave you in splits – Times of India


Emraan Hashmi recently left a hilarious reply on a news article that reported how a 20-year-old boy from Bihar named the actor and Sunny Leone as his parents in his admit card. The news piece has been doing the rounds on the internet ever since.

Reacting to the bizarre news, Emraan wrote on his Twitter handle, ‘I swear he ain’t mine.’

Check out his reply here:



The authorities at the university are reportedly looking into the matter. In the admit card against the column of the father, the name Emran Hashmi was printed. On the column of the mother, Sunny Leone’s name was printed and on the address, Chaturbhuj Sthan, reportedly known as the town’s infamous red-light area was touted as mischief on the part of the student.

An official told PTI, “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.”

Meanwhile, on the work front, Emraan has a line-up of some interesting films that include, ‘Chehre’, ‘Mumbai Saga’ and ‘Ezra’.



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