A young man in Andhra Pradesh has claimed that Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai is his mother. Vishakhapatnam-native Sangeeth Kumar said that he was born in 1988 in London through IVF and was raised for two years by Aishwarya’s parents Vrinda Rai and late Krishnaraj Rai.
New Delhi, Jan 3: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has always managed to grab the limelight for her beautiful looks and spectacular performances. The actress who is married to Abhishek Bachchan is currently filming for Fanne Khan. Aishwarya is a doting mother and is often clicked with daughter Aaradhya in the city.
Aishwarya’s name has now been dragged in a bizarre controversy. A young man in Andhra Pradesh has claimed that Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai is his mother. Vishakhapatnam-native Sangeeth Kumar said that he was born in 1988 in London through IVF and was raised for two years by Aishwarya’s parents Vrinda Rai and late Krishnaraj Rai.
He also added, his father Aadivelu Reddy later brought him to Vishakpatnam, and since then he is living there. In a surprising statement, he even said that he is separated from her for 27 years and now he wants to live with his mother, i.e. Aishwarya.
The 29-year-old doesn’t have any documents to prove his claims and blames his relatives who destroyed the documents. Not only this, Sangeeth also claimed that Aishwarya is living alone as she is separated from Abhishek Bachchan.
This is really crazy!
About daughter Aaradhya, Aishwarya had earlier said in an interview with a leading daily, “Aaradhya and I have a soul connect. My day begins and ends with her. From the moment I wake up my entire perspective on the day is centred on her. Her constant presence in my life is not even something I consciously think about it. It’s just there! And I wonder how I lived before she was born. Only a parent would understand how I feel. To me, my world changed the day Aaradhya was born. Everything is the same around me. But she has changed the way I look at the world. The world that I now occupy with my daughter is my reality. Everything else is a secondary.”