Aaradhya Bachchan's Reaction To The News Of Mom, Aishwarya's Dubbing For 'Maleficient' Is Priceless

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has turned beautiful 'Maleficient', especially on her daughter, Aaradhya's demand. Scroll down as the actress reveals Aaradhya's reaction on her coming on board for the film!

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Aaradhya Bachchan's Reaction To The News Of Mom, Aishwarya's Dubbing For 'Maleficient' Is Priceless

Bollywood actress, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is the undisputed queen of the Tinseltown. While she is away from the movie business for quite some time, she never stays away from making the headlines. The blue-eyed beauty has grown in an amazing actress, a wife and a mother. She is balancing her different roles with an ace and making sure that her little angel, Aaradhya Bachchan never feels alone in the midst of all her work commitments. (Recommend Read: Taimur Ali Khan's Title Suggestion For Abba Saif's 'Laal Kaptaan' Will Make You Laugh Your Heart Out)

Like every doting mother, Aishwarya tries to spend all her time with her girl, Aaradhya. From being an overly protective mother to taking her to the Cannes Film festival, the actress has grown beautifully. And now, Aishwarya and Aaradhya together make it to the headlines of every newspaper with their adorable mother-daughter camaraderie. 

Recently, Aishwarya had shared the news of giving voice over for the Hindi version of upcoming Hollywood film, Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil. Now, in an interview with Zoom, Aishwarya revealed that it was her daughter's happiness that made her took the opportunity. She shared how it all happened, "It was her (Aaradhya) bedtime and when I was taking her to bed, the mail came and I don’t know how I happened to look at it, maybe I was setting an alarm. And I was like ‘Why am I reading Maleficent? This is bizarre!’ and I looked at the message again and I am like, ‘Are you serious? I have been asked for Maleficent?" (Also Read: Priya Sachdev Kapur Posts An Adorable Wish For Sunjay Kapur With A Picture Of Him And His Son)

That's when Aaradhya overheard her mother and got excited, "And she (Aaradhya) heard it because I said it aloud because I was like ‘Why is the maleficent coming on my phone?’ To which, Aaradhya shouted ‘WHAT? Maleficent?’ And I said that the movie is done and I am not playing the part. Then I said it aloud to her that I have been asked to do the voiceover for the Hindi version. And Aaradhya was like ‘Still! It’s Maleficent!’ so we both smiled."

Coming back to Aishwarya and Aaradhya's relationship, they share a bond that cannot be explained in words. In an interview with the Firstpost, the actress had talked about her daughter in detail, and had said, "Aaradhya and I have a soul connect. My day begins and ends with her. From the moment I wake up my entire perspective on the day is centred on her. Her constant presence in my life is not even something I consciously think about it. It’s just there! And I wonder how I lived before she was born. Only a parent would understand how I feel."

In the same interview, Aishwarya had shared the reason for travelling with her daughter for events. She had said, "I take her with me everywhere so she is a part of my multi-tasking life. I keep it as real for her as possible, and very normal. Now she is in school like any normal girl. But even when she was a toddler I’d take her to the play-park to be with other children. It becomes difficult in Mumbai. But when I’m travelling I take her out to the park . Even there, there are people who recognize us. But they are normal parents and children. Aaradhya has to have a normal life. I’ve explained to her that is my life and now she’s part of it. So she’s comfortable in it."  (Don't Miss: 'Dayaben', Disha Vakani's Husband Mayur Pandya Spill Beans On The News Of Her Return On The Show)

Well, we are already excited to watch Aishwarya's Hindi-version of Maleficient! What about you?

Cover and Images Courtesy: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
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