Birthday Special

Some of the best on-screen characters stunning actress Aishwarya Rai brought to life!

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

On the occasion of her special day, we have some of the best characters Aishwarya Rai has played yet:

She was declared ‘Miss World’ in 1994 and began ruling hearts and silver screens from 1997. It seems like she is only getting finer with age. Yes, we’re talking about none other than Aishwarya Rai! The actress celebrater her b’ day recently.

On the occasion of this special occasion, we have some of the best characters Aishwarya Rai has played yet:

1. Nandini (Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam)

In this award-winning feature by celebrated director Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Aishwarya Rai’s character Nandini carved a special place in every watcher’s heart. Her character new her restraints yet she dared to go towards what her heart longed for while abiding by her parent’s rules nevertheless. Nandini’s character arc from a happy-go-lucky innocent girl to a confident mature woman is one of the reasons why the film was an immense success.

2. Mansi (Taal)

This film helped garner Aishwarya immense popularity and skyrocketed her towards superstardom. The film had a fresh feel, look and concept. People were in awe of Aishwarya rai’s portrayal of Mansi, a village girl who comes to terms with various issues like heartbreak, love and pressures of modern life.

3. Paro (Devdas)

 

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Aishwarya Rai looked inhumanely gorgeous as Paro in this masterpiece of a film. She is portrayed as a loving young woman with the only aim to worship her childhood friendship and friend Devdas. Although the film centres around the tragic issue like self-destruction, Aishwarya Rai’s Paro shines bright as her vulnerability and poor fate struck an emotional chord with the fans.

4. Neerja (Raincoat)

 

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असंभाव्य शामों को अब भी है मुझसे कुछ उम्मीद, वे मेरे दरवाजे पर आकर खड़ी रहती हैं ऐसे जैसे किसी बात के लिए खुशामद कर रही हों, जबकि उन्हें तुम्हारी करनी चाहिए पंछी अब भी उड़ते हैं पंक्तिबद्ध छतों के ऊपर से, जिन्हें देखने के लिये तुम हमेशा ही उठा देती थी अपनी गर्दन, और आसमान में उनके गायब होने तक मैं देखता रहता, तुम्हारा उनको देखना तुमने पंछियों को देखा और तुम्हारी आँखें छप गयीं उनके पंख पर, अब जब भी पंछियों को देखता हूँ तो मैं तुमको देखता हूँ ज्यादा वक्त कहाँ बीता है अब भी दोनों ही मकान के रंग वही हैं जो उनदिनों थे, तुम्हारे दरवाजे की चमेली बहुत से बहुत एक या दो उँगली बढ़ी है उनदिनों जो बच्चे गोद में थे वो अब चलने की कोशिश में गिर रहे हैं और जो बोलने की उम्र में थे उन्होंने अबतक बस ‘माँ’ बोला है तुम्हारा परिवर्तन मौसमों की तरह नहीं था, दिन के पहरों जैसा था जैसे सुबह बदलती है दोपहर में दोपहर, शाम में और शाम, रात में मौसम तो लंबा होता है तुम कहाँ ठहरी उतना लंबा ( ? ) कौन सी अदृश्य चुप्पियों की दीवाल इतनी मेहनत और इतनी जल्दी खड़ी कर दी गयी हमारे बीच तुम्हारे अलावा किसी को कहाँ पता था हमदोनों के बीच का वो अदृश्य रास्ता, किसने सुन लिया हमदोनों का मौन किसी की आँखें इतनी तेज तो नहीं थीं कि पढ़ सकती हमारी आँखों पर लिखी वे बातें जो हम एक-दूसरे को बताते-बताते कितनी ही बार रुके और रुके ही रह गए मुझे तुम्हारे बारे में फूलों, नदियों, उत्सवों जैसी बातें लिखनी थी देखो! कितनी जल्दी दीवाल, परिवर्तन, उदासी, प्रश्नचिन्ह जैसी बातें लिख रहा हूँ मुझे, हमदोनों हमदोनों से जुड़ी हरेक विषय-वस्तु पर तरस आता है और तुम्हें, एक मुझपर भी नहीं आता ( ? ) सागर • #hindisahitya #hindilove #hindikavita #hindiwriting #hindilines #hindiliterature #hindipoetry #hindipoem #hindiwriters #hindi #hindinama #hindipanktiyaan #igpoems #igdaily #imagepoetry #instapoetry #instawriters #writerscommunity #writersnetwork #writersofinstagram #writerslife #aishwaryarai #raincoatmovie #sagar #thesagarofficial

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This beautiful and highly underrated gem by Ritoparno Ghosh is a story of two estranged lovers who come across one another years later. It is based on the famous short story by O Henry called The Gift of the Magi. She definitely hit the mark in this tailor-made role with incredible conviction. This brave performance was highly appreciated.

5. Lalita Bakshi (Bride & Prejudice)

Aishwarya debuted into Hollywood through this mesmerising role as Lalita Bakshi in this movie which was based on Jane Austen’s classic ‘Pride and Prejudice’. She was extremely stellar and confident in this role. No one could have portrayed better than her. She played a modern Indian girl who rejects the notion of arranged marriages. People definitely loved this merger of Bollywood meets Hollywood.

Here is some info about her future role in Mani Ratnam’s next film ‘Ponniyin Selvan’.

 

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As per some updates, Aishwarya Rai will be seen playing a dual role in the film. The rest of the cast of the film includes Chiyaan Vikram, Jayam Ravi, Shobhita Dhulipala, Karthi, Aishwarya Lekshmi, Trisa and so on. She will also be seen as the main antagonist in this two-part film. This Tamil language historical drama’s production was put on hold owing to COVID-19.

On the occasion, her actor husband Abhishek Bachchan posted a delightful wish for the actress on his social media. He wrote on his post, “Happy birthday Wifey.
Thank you for everything! All that you do for us and mean to us. May you always smile and be happy. We love you eternally.
I love you. ❤️”

Aishwarya also shared a beautiful update from her account. She posed with her little daughter Aaradhya while calling her the love of her life. She also thanked her fans and well-wishers for making her day extremely special. The caption to her post said, “✨🥰❤️THE ABSOLUTE LOVE OF MY LIFE, Aaradhya my ANGEL… I LOVE YOU ETERNALLY, INFINITELY and UNCONDITIONALLY 😘THANK YOU forever and beyond 😍💖🌹🌟And Thank you to Alllllll my well-wishers for ALL your Love, blessings and BEST WISHES today and everyday 💝GOD BLESS ALWAYS ❤️”

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