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From Scamming the Scammer to Fake Emails: Celebrities Share their Hilarious April Fool’s Day Pranks and Memories

From Scamming the Scammer to Fake Emails: Celebrities Share their Hilarious April Fool’s Day Pranks and Memories



From Scamming the Scammer to Fake Emails: Celebrities Share their Hilarious April Fool's Day Pranks and Memories

April Fool’s Day is celebrated every year on the 1st of April, and it’s a day when people play pranks on each other. This year, several celebrities shared their funny April Fool’s Day memories. From blank calls to fake tears, these stars have some hilarious stories to tell.

Aditi Shetty, an actress, shared how she scammed a scammer. “I got scammed while shopping online and paid 2k only to realize it’s a fake website. I called them and he answered and I started crying dramatically and put up an act of how he shouldn’t have scammed me as that money was my husband’s money, and he would not be happy with what happened. The man believed my crying and felt guilty. He confessed that he scams people for a living and sent all my money back right away! I couldn’t believe it, I actually scammed the scammer. All my friends had a good laugh, and I got my Oscar for my acting skills! Haha.”

Monika Singh, a model, recalled how she fooled her friend Rajkumar. “I sent him a fake email from a top fashion brand, congratulating him on being selected for their upcoming campaign. The email looked so real that he believed it at first, and he was over the moon with excitement. But when he shared the news with the rest of our friend group, I couldn’t help but burst out laughing and tell him the truth. Although it was just a harmless prank, it taught him a valuable lesson about not believing everything he sees or hears.”

Sneha Jain, an actress, shared how she and her sister played a prank on their mother. “We had a telephone, and my father used to stay abroad and didn’t call often. So, my elder sister got to know a few digits that could ring our own phone, and we planned it. We decided to do it in the afternoon when my mother was working in the kitchen. My sister did the trick, the phone rang, and she told my mother it was our father on call. My mother rushed leaving all her work, and she picked up and said, ‘Hello,’ and we all surrounded her screaming, ‘April fool banaya tumko gussa aaya.’ It was a great memory, and over the years people don’t do such pranks and don’t celebrate such things. I feel very lucky enough to make one memory I will always cherish.”


Charrul Malik, a TV journalist, shared how she was pranked by the technical team. “When I was working as a TV journalist, I used to produce and anchor a show for one and a half hours. One day I had to get into the character of a village woman with the proper accent, which was quite difficult. When I sent the video, the technical team told me there are some glitches in the audio, and I was shocked as I was told to do all the links again. Then sometime they called me that we were trying to fool you! I was so angry but I was relieved as well. We all then burst into laughter.”

Robin Sohi, an actor, shared how he was pranked by a friend. “I had a crush on a girl, and one of my friends came to me and said that he had booked the entire theatre for me and her. I was on cloud nine when I got to know this. I wore the best clothes that were in my wardrobe. As soon as I reached there, I saw a houseful board. That’s when I realized that it was a prank.”

Megha Chakraborty, an actress, shared how she used to play pranks on her family members. “During my childhood, I lived in

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