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IN Celebrities ON 05 Oct, 2016
The evergreen beauty Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has won hearts of many with her acting and dancing skills. She surprised as well as mesmerized the movie lovers with her bold avatar in her upcoming film "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil." Aishwarya has shown the world that there is no stopping. After her powerhouse performances in the latest releases, "Sarabjit" and "Jazbaa", it was worth the change we saw in the teasers of "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil." She is looking absolutely stunning. She was never seen so bold in her films, not even in her prime.
One of the sources of "Bollywoodlife.com" revealed that it was not Karan Johar who made her act in the bold scenes with co-star Ranbir Kapoor, but it was Aishwarya's idea to get a steamy role. "When Aishwarya Rai was approached for the film, the makers had kept her character mild, but on reading her part, she felt that the makers were killing the essence of her character by keeping it tame. She demanded that her role be made bold so that the character looks authentic. It was only after the suggestion from Aishwarya; the script was tweaked, and steamy sequences were added", the source reported.
Check out her bold and steamy avatar:
This is insanely hot! Their intimate moments in the film have been the talk of the town since the song "Bulleya" has been released.
They came close during a party in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil trailer.
Their sizzling chemistry will surely be the highlight of the film.
Aishwarya's bold avatar will be the major crowd pulling factor for the film this year.
She dazzled the screen and gave a tough competition to Anushka Sharma who is the other female lead in the movie.
It was only after Aishwarya's suggestions, the steamy sequences in the film were added as she thought that by making her character tame, the makers were killing it.
This intense love drama is all set for its release on 28th October. This is the most awaited movie of the year. Recently, it is also seen facing some issues due to the presence of a Pakistani character "Fawad Khan".