500 rupee decoration paper in a dessert served at NMACC event is viral with false claim.
Ambani ji ke party mein tissue paper ki jagah 500 ke notes hote hain
Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC), was recently inaugurated in Mumbai. Multiple celebrities were seen at the event by the Ambanis family. Meanwhile, an image of a dessert is shared to claim that 500 rupee notes were used instead of tissue paper in the party hosted by Ambani. Some of the posts with such a claim can be seen here and here. The image is viral on Facebook and Twitter.
What is the truth?
When searching with relevant keywords we found a Twitter user named Amber’s reply tweet to the viral image. He tweeted another similar image of the dessert with 500 rupee notes mentioning that it is a famous sweet named “Daulat ki chat” from Indian Accent (Michelin Star Restaurant). He also highlighted that the currency note was fake when he visited the restaurant and does not know about the Ambani’s.
Its a famous sweet dish "Daulat ki chat" from Indian Accent (Michelin Star Resturant).
P.S. It was fake when I visited the restaurant don't know about the Ambani's 😅. pic.twitter.com/CtVK5XNy9H
— Amber (@iAmbeR_20) April 2, 2023
When searching further to know if the money is real or fake, a Money Control article about the food served at the inauguration event of NMACC is found. The article mentions the viral photo as bowls of “Dault Ki Chaat”, the legendary Delhi dessert, decorated with paper that looks like Rs 500 notes.
Another old photo of the ‘Daulat ki Chaat’ dessert is found posted by Priyanka Chopra on her Instagram page in 2019. And another image of the sweet with the backside of the 500 rupees fake currency is found tweeted by Rana Safvi in 2018.
In all the images of the ‘Daulat Ki Chaat’ dessert, it is mentioned as ‘Five Hundred Number’ instead of ‘Five Hundred Rupees’ in the 500 rupee note proving that the notes are not real.
It is found that the 500 rupee notes in the ‘Daulat ki Chaat’ dessert served at the NMACC inauguration hosted by Ambanis are not real but decoration paper. This image is falsely claimed as 500 rupee notes were used instead of tissue paper.