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Actress Megha Chakraborty ripped off with fake Rs 100 ‘Monopoly’ note


Mumbai: A small screen actress Megha Chakraborty, of Zindagi’s new show ‘Khwaabon Ki Zamin Par’, was conned with a hilarious Rs100 fake note.



The incident happened on Sunday around 1 am when Chakraborty, who originally hails from Kolkata, was travelling in Mumbai, unknowingly she accepted the Rs 100 ‘Monopoly’ note from an auto-rickshaw driver.

The actress posted the picture on her Facebook wall saying, “Last night at 1am I got fooled by a autowala in Mumbai. sala kamina…. ‘children bank of India’ SERIOUSLY.”

This hilarious note has grabbed everyone’s attention.The note claims to be a Rs 100 coupon, guaranteed by the Children Bank of India, it also bears a promise. ” I promise to play with the coupon hundred.” And it was even ‘signed’ by Santa Claus instead of the RBI Governor.

The picture of the note has gone viral with more than 10,000 likes and over 1600 shares on Facebook. A lot of trolls branded her as Alia Bhatt part 2 while others adviced her to be careful in future.

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