New Delhi: An old Rs 10 note surfaced on internet earlier this year with a message on it — Sonam Gupta bewafa hai (Sonam Gupta is unfaithful). It seemed that a spurned lover had decided to teach a lesson to the lady who broke his heart.
Sonam Gupta became the internet’s poster girl for all the women who have deceived men or have been unfaithful to them.
In no time, the note went viral on internet and was shared widely on social media. The note was also shared by those who in their lives at some point of time might have been ditched by their partners.
Few days ago, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that old currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 will be scrapped and new notes will be issued by the govt.
Prime minister’s move got a mixed response and left people with almost no cash. Though people protested against the govt for not getting enough new currency notes, but some lucky people who got it, made a very good use of it.
An unknown person wrote a message on a brand new Rs 2000 note and this time also it was for Sonam.
It seems this failed lover hasn't forgotten the wounds of past and now he wants to tell the whole world how 'Bewafa' Sonam has been!
Here are some funny reactions that are making everyone laugh:
PROUD MOMENT FOR INDIA:
Queen of England declares Sonam Gupta as "International Bewafa" ! pic.twitter.com/QWNxcyUS97
— Finger of India (@IndiaFinger) November 14, 2016
— Anamika Pal (@MiishNottyAna) November 13, 2016
— Kãpìl Dêshwäl (@KepKapildeshwal) November 14, 2016
From Nepal to Singapore to America, Sonam Gupta has been declared international bewafa by UNESCO. pic.twitter.com/crEOs4h5kB
— Another Hutiya (@kushagraasthana) November 14, 2016