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Aishwarya Rai – Bollywood and International Movie Queen


Aishwariya Rai is a south indian girl born on 1 November 1973 who started modeling when she was studying architecture. Aishwarya Rai started getting offers for Bollywood film roles soon after she entered into modelling. She started working on prestigious company’s advertising promotions like Pepsi Co. and Limelight.

After not too many years modeling, her beauty was exposed to everyone all over world as she was crowned Miss World in 1994. Winning this amazing event was the turning point of Ashishwarya’s life. She then started getting many more worthwhile offers for films and large advertising contracts. Her first film debut was in Mani Rathnam’s film called as ‘Iruvar’ (1997). She was soon awarded as Best New Comer for her acting ability.

After her success continued in various Bollywood movies she got a Best Actress Award at the FilmFare award ceremony. Some say that award was her ticket to fame. In 2002 she made a real splash in the industry by acting in a Sajay Leela Bhansali’s Film called Devdas. Devdas was a great Bollywood hit and received several awards.

Aishwarya Rai’s beautiful blue-green eyes cannot help but be noticed by whole world. She is the first Indian actress to be on the jury of the Cannes International Film Festival which is a great honour. Also she is the highest paid actress in Bollywood. Of recent years Aishwarya Rai has started getting more than 2 movie script offers per day from producers around the world. After doing several recent excellent films her popularity internationally has increased very rapidly and she is now known as – ‘The Bollywood Queen’

On 20 April 2007 Aishwarya married Big B’s son Abhishek Bachchan. Despite her massive international success Aish has remained fairly grounded. As an example after receiving tremendous fame look what Aishwarya says about herself –

“I’m just an average woman with average concerns”

By Gary Smithe

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