Aishwarya Rai reacted by getting the tag of 'Bachchan Bahu'


Aishwarya Rai reacted by getting the tag of 'Bachchan Bahu'…

abhishek bachchan and aishwarya Rai are one of the most powerful couples in Bollywood. This couple remains much talked about on social media. Bachchan family's daughter-in-law aishwarya rai bachchan is the most beautiful and talented actress in Bollywood. The actress has many fans all over the world. aishwarya has left a strong impression with her work in the film industry.

When aishwarya Rai reacted to getting the tag of 'Bachchan Bahu'

aishwarya Rai has earned a big name in the bollywood industry. But after marriage to abhishek bachchan, many people call Aishwarya 'Bachchan Bahu'. In an interview given in 2008, aishwarya revealed how she feels when she hears the tag 'Bachchan Bahu'. When he was asked in the interview whether he felt that he had lost his own identity because of the Bachchan surname? On this the actress had said- 'People have given all these tags so that it feels glorious to read. The tag 'Bachchan Bahu' makes the name more dramatic. I am a common girl. I am Aishwarya, who is married to abhishek bachchan and this is my name.

'Bachchan family has been in the public eye for a long time'

aishwarya further said- 'This is a perception because I feel that the Bachchan family has been in the public eye for a long time. That's why there is often discussion about surnames. abhishek and I love each other. We got the blessings of our parents and then we got married. Let us tell you that in the year 2007, aishwarya Rai married abhishek Bachchan. The couple has been married for 17 years. The couple also has a daughter, whose name is Aaradhya Bachchan. Aaradhya Bachchan is a favorite of the family as well as the fans. Talking about the work front, aishwarya Rai was last seen in Mani Ratnam's film Ponniyan Selvan. Aishwarya's acting in this film has been highly praised. Talking about Abhishek, he was seen in Ghoomar. He played the role of a coach in this film.

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