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The world’s most beautiful woman, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has always been an inspiration because of her amazing fashion sense. It is true that whatever she wears, undoubtedly looks stunning on her but her sartorial picks have always garnered attention. It is not just her startling outfits, but the grace and elegance with which she carries herself that make her stand apart from the crowd. Aishwarya is an inspiration to millions, who look up to her to get some amazing fashion cues. (Also Read: Amrita Rao Talks About Motherhood And Reveals How Her Baby Boy Has Been Keeping Her On Her Toes)
A few days back, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan had attended her cousin, Shloka Shetty’s wedding with her hubby, Abhishek Bachchan and daughter, Aaradhya Bachchan. While scrolling through our social media handle, we had stumbled upon a lovely picture of the trio from one of the functions. Aishwarya had looked gorgeous as always in a champagne-coloured embellished suit with intricate detailing and teamed her look with a matching mask. Abhishek had complemented her in a champagne-coloured kurta and pyajama while Aaradhya had opted for a red Anarkali with a matching mask.
Now, a couple of pictures from the wedding have made its way to social media and it is Aishwarya, who stunned everyone with her gorgeous look. Dressed in a stunning designer red lehenga with matching jewellery, Aishwarya looked ravishing. Her complemented her look with perfectly kohled eyes and red lipstick. In one of the pictures, posted on Aishwarya’s fan page, she was seen posing with the newly-weds. In another picture, Aishwarya was holding her mommy, Vrinda Rai as they posed for a family picture with her other relatives.
A few days back, we had gotten our hands on a viral video where Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Aaradhya Bachchan were seen dancing with Abhishek Bachchan on the song Desi Girl from his movie Dostana. The mother-daughter duo was seen acing the hook step of the song with Abhishek. After a few minutes, Aishwarya had lovingly hugged Aaradhya, who had given a tough competition to her star parents. (Also Read: MS Dhoni's Photo With Newborn Daughter, Ziva As He Covered Her In His Arms To Protect Her From Crowd)
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is the ultimate fashion diva and there is no denying to it. For India's 67th Republic Day, the actress had graced the event in Delhi and had met French President Francois Hollande. For the event, she had picked up a red Banarasi saree with stunning pink embellishments on it. She had completed her look with beautiful gold jewellery, red lips and fresh roses in her hair.
It is certain that Aishwarya had a thing with the colour red. For Ambani's niece Isheta's pre-wedding bash, Aishwarya had again pleased the fashion police. She had opted to wear striking beige-coloured kurta with a red-coloured lehenga and dupatta. This gorgeous actress had completed her entire look with a red lip colour, a sleek diamond necklace and a clutch.
Though Abhishek Bachchan had made Aishwarya Rai his ‘forever’ and gifted her a solitaire engagement ring and an-all diamond mangalsutra, it is him who had found a ‘diamond’ in his life as his wife. Aishwarya’s 45 lakh worth mangalsutra has always been the talk of the town. It is a long and double-layered neckpiece with a diamond pendant. However, a few years after their wedding, Aishwarya had personalised her mangalsutra by making it cut short and sleek with a single layer and the same diamond pendent. Reports state that Aishwarya didn’t want to don a heavy neckpiece post the birth of her daughter, Aaradhya and to avoid the hassle of managing it, she had made it single-stringed and short. (Also Read: Shriram Nene Making Pizza For Madhuri Dixit And Feeding Her With His Own Hands Is Pure Couple Goals)
Well, isn’t she a true diva? What do you think? Let us know.
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