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Aishwarya Rai’s Fake IVF Son ‘Sangeet Kumar’ want her to live with him in Mangalore

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Aishwarya Rai’s Fake IVF Son ‘Sangeet Kumar’ want her to live with him in Mangalore

Aishwarya’s Fake IVF Son Sangeet Kumar want her to live in Mangalore. Well, Aishwarya Rai in Lime Light for her films. But this time it has come to the discussion for a strange reason. In fact, Sangeet Kumar, 29, says that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is his mother and she has come to Mangaluru to live with him.

This news has spread to the whole world just like a fire. This young man from Andhra Pradesh has claimed that Aishwarya Rai had given birth to her as a Miss World 6 years ago. Now Sangeet wants to be with his mother, Aishwarya. The person says that Aishwarya Rai has given birth to her through IVF in London.

Speaking to the media, the Sangeet said, “At the age of 3, her parents brought her to Chodavaram of Andhra. I stayed there for 27 years. For two years of birth, I stayed with my grandmother Brinda Krishnaraj Rai. My grandfather, Krishnaraj Rai, died in April 2017. My uncle’s name is Aditya Rai. ‘

Sangeet also said that the Rai family has now ended all relationships with her. According to music, Aish had become a mother at the age of 15. Sangeet wants to leave everything and stay in Mangaluru with her. However, Sangeet has no evidence to prove any of its issues.

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We all know about that Aishwarya has only one daughter- Aaradhya. Let’s say that whenever Aishwarya returns to the media whenever she gets a second opinion, she also appears with Abhishek. Whether it is Aaradhya’s birthday, there is a Reception of Virushka or a New Year party. This shows that Sangeet claims are baseless. There is no misunderstanding between Ash and Abhishek.

On the 31st Dec 2017, Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan visited Gauri Khan’s store in Mumbai.

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