The blue eyed beauty Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has never failed mesmerised the audience. She nailed every role she played. But one such character played by Aishwarya will always hold a special place in audience’s hearts. Aishwarya did a fantastic job when she played the sweet small-town girl Mansi. A girl who becomes a singing sensation, in Subhash Ghai’s musical romantic flick Taal. Remember how beautiful she looked dancing on the tunes of taal se taal mila.
One such throwback photo of the actress from the sets of Taal is making rounds on the internet. This BTS picture from the sets of the film has surfaced online and is going helluva viral.
The photo has been shared on Instagram by Aishwarya Rai’s fan club. You simply can’t take your eyes off that picture where Aishwarya looks ethereal in an all-white outfit. The veteran choreographer Saroj Khan can be seen in the pic. The pictures seems to be taken while Aishwarya was rehearsing for the song Ramta Jogi, which was choreographed by Saroj Khan.
The moment picture was surface, compliments started to pour in for the actress. While some said the picture “Looks like a painting,” another wrote, “Look at Aishwarya’s waistline.”
Trust me friends, you won’t be able to take your eyes off Aishwarya’s waistline. Wink!
Don’t forget to check the picture here below:
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Starring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Akshaye Khanna, Amrish Puri and Alok Nath, Taal was directed by Subhash Ghai. While talking to the media, Aishwarya said that the entire cast and crew knew that the film would be special. “We all knew Taal was magical from day one. It had the grander staging typical of a Subhash Ghai film, and yet it was different from his other works, it was just magical. We knew we were working on something beautiful,” she said.