Aishwarya Rai Bachchan turns another year older today! We wouldn't have known that she's aging, if it wasn't for her birthdays. Seriously, this gorgeous actress' ageless beauty defies her age big time. Aishwarya continues to hold the same grace and charm, which she had when she won the Miss World crown in 1994, even today.
In her two-decade-long career, Aish has evolved as an actress between 'Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya' & 'Aye Dil Hai Mushqil'. What though has remained constant is her tranquil beauty. Don't believe it? Go through this post which has pictures of this eternal beauty's journey in the B-town from the beginning to this date. You won't have any doubts whatsoever after that.
PS: You can also take a look at some lesser-known facts about her.
She initially wanted to be an architect. But fate had some other plans for her and eventually, modelling happened. We must thank God for this.
Aishwarya's was featured in a very popular Pepsi ad co-starring Aamir Khan. Do you know this advertisement was shot in a single night.
Aishwarya was in grade ninth, when she got featured in her first commercial ad for Camlin Pencils.
Do you know that when President George W. Bush visited India, he invited Aishwarya on lunch? But Aishwarya couldn't attend it due to her busy schedule.
Do you know Tulips at the Keukenhof Gardens in the Netherlands was named after Aishwarya Rai.
Karan Johar wanted Aishwarya to play the role of Tina in the film Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. He even approached Aishwarya but she could not do it she had other professional commitments.
Aish considers Rajinikant as her favourite co-star. She says that she had the best ever experience working with him.
The secret of Aishwarya's beauty is that she prefers to consume lesser food.
Especially, she collects all news articles written on her.
Isn't it amazing?
Despite having a number of servants, she herself cooks food for hubby, Abhishek.
Do you know Abhishek proposed Aishwarya for marriage with the very same ring which he used during the shoot of the film Guru.
What about you?
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