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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan In A New Avatar

The world’s most beautiful woman, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is known to turn heads with her trendsetting looks on and off the red carpet. For years, she has portrayed various characters
04 Jan 2015 10:47
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan In A New Avatar

The world’s most beautiful woman, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is known to turn heads with her trendsetting looks on and off the red carpet. For years, she has portrayed various characters across movies and television commercials with unique style statements. She was recently spotted in a never seen before avatar. The leading actress was seen flaunting a unique new cropped look for the launch of a product range. As always, Aishwarya sported this cropped look with panache.

Aishwarya Rai is counted among the most beautiful women alive on earth and not many doubt this fact. The epitome of beauty who won the Miss World crown two decades ago is still the queen of millions of hearts. Now a mother of a school-going daughter Aaradhya, Aishwarya has moved ahead in life and is all set to make a comeback with the film Jazbaa post motherhood. The diva, who is now in her 40s, has also completed two decades in the spotlight since her win at the Miss World contest. Check out her various avatars that won our hearts in the past years.

Aishwarya has proved her worth on-screen and has pulled almost every kind of role and attire with excellence. The diva is known for her elegant fashion sense off screen and has sizzled in all types of costumes on the silver screen. From her retro parallels in Action Replayy and skirt-tops in Robot and Khakee, Aishwarya has set fashion standards with her silver screen appearances.

Aishwarya Rai was not just tailor-made to play a gaon ki chhori, but she also left her fans awestruck by turning a tomboy in Josh. The former beauty queen played Shah Rukh Khan’s sister in the film. With a ‘devil may care’ attitude and riding pillion with SRK, Aishwarya raised the standards with her powerful act. Six years later, she climbed higher on the glamour ladder and raised temperatures in the role of Sunehri in Dhoom 2. Oozing oomph and confidence, the diva made her place among the hottest girls on the block.

Aishwarya Rai hails from Karnataka and is blessed with sharp features. She came out of her easy going image to turn Nandini of Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam. Her traditional ghagra-choli look in the first half of the film placed her among the top actresses of Bollywood. It wasn’t a surprise when she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress for the role. Her dance number ‘Nimbooda’ in a blue lehenga choli won the hearts of the movie goers and Aishwarya went on to become the top choice of the filmmakers to play traditional roles like Paro in Devdas or Jodha in Jodha Akbar. All these films proved to be the biggest blockbusters of her career.

Aishwarya’s sari-clad look has always been loved by her fans. The diva carries off the six yard fabric with such elegance and grace that is enough to make our hearts beat faster. With an easy-flowing pallu and long tresses, Aishwarya looks the personification of beauty in every aspect. While her sari look in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and Mohabbattein became a trend among women, her seedha pallu look in Guru and Devdas was equally admired.

The diva made her presence felt soon after her acting debut. Three years after winning the Miss World title, Aishwarya ventured into films with Telugu flick Iruvar in 1997. Same year, she arrived in Bollywood like a whiff of fresh air and made her Hindi film debut with Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya. Starring opposite Bobby Deol, Aishwarya proved she is not just blessed with beauty but acting talent too. Aishwarya was readily accepted by the film industry and earned a huge fan following within a short period of time.

Aishwarya Rai shot to fame by winning the Miss World contest in 1994. She made all heads turn and left the world gushing with her beautiful eyes and perfect looks. Known for her light eyes around the world, Aishwarya was soon joined in by Sushmita Sen and Dia Mirza who won the Miss Universe and Miss Asia Pacific pageant respectively, the same year. Her smile on the crowning day hinted that there was much more to come and she would be ruling Bollywood with her beauty and talent

Aishwarya Rai has always been liked for her traditional avatars in saris or anarkalis. However, her salwar-kameez look in Action Replayy and Pride And Prejudice became a rage on the fashion scene. The diva not only brought the fitted churidar-kurta look back from the ‘70s, but also looked pretty and different in the most popular Indian ensemble. Her loose-fitting kurta-salwar in Taal looked equally graceful and it justified her character to perfection.

Aishwarya was on the top of her career when she got pregnant three years after her marriage. Taking up designer anarkalis adorned with heavy dupattas, Aishwarya took a break from western attires until she shed off her baby-weight. The actress was chosen for the lead role in Madhur Bhandarkar’s film Heroine but she stepped down to welcome motherhood. The diva went on to become a full-time mother post the birth of daughter Aaradhya and said goodbye to films, though only for a while.

After criticism from different corners of the society over her weight gain post childbirth, Aishwarya silenced her critics by bouncing back in shape within a year or two. The diva surprised critics when she made a rare appearance at Royal Ascot event at the Ascot Racecourse in England. Stepping out of the bulky anarkalis, Aishwarya reminded her fans of her heydays by turning up in a knee-length attire with a floral hat.

The fans of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan always look forward to her Cannes appearance each year. The diva has been walking the red carpet at the prestigious international film festival since more than a decade and has perfected the art of grabbing the spotlight. The diva was at her stunning best in 2014 when she shut the critics by turning up in a sequined off-shoulder gown and a pout.

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