Aishwarya Rai shares gorgeous pictures wearing white anarkali and kundan necklace

Aishwarya Rai posted lovely pictures of herself wearing the white anarkali and kundan necklace she wore to the Mumbai press conference for her upcoming historical drama, ‘Ponniyin Selvan II.’ With her hair falling to the sides of her face, the actor appears to be standing in front of a mirror. In the comments area, people couldn’t stop praising her attractiveness.

Harshdeep Kaur, a singer, described her as “ethereal,” and Manish Malhotra used heart emojis in the comments. Saee Barve, an actor, stated, “I just can’t take my eyes off.” “Most beautiful ever,” said Navina Bole. “How can someone be that beautiful? Just woowww!” wrote a fan. “Those eyes,” another person wrote. “Isi wajah se inko duniya ki khoobsurat orat khte hai (this is why she is referred to as the most beautiful woman in the world),” read another comment.

Aishwarya joined the Ponniyin Selvan II team at the press meeting in Mumbai. Chiyaan Vikram, Jayam Ravi, Karthi, Trisha, Sobhita, musician A. R. Rahman, and director Mani Ratnam were among them.

The second part of Mani Ratnam’s movie based on Kalki Krishnamurthy’s 1955 Tamil novel of the same name, Ponniyin Selvan, is titled ‘Ponniyin Selvan II.’ In September 2022, ‘Ponniyin Selvan I,’ the first part, was released. The narrative of the movie is voiced by actor Kamal Haasan. The film’s music was created by Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman. On April 28, the historical drama is scheduled for release in theatres.

‘Iruvar,’ directed by Mani Ratnam, was Aishwarya’s film debut. Regarding the same, the actor stated, “I was fortunate to have had the chance to work with Mani garu in my debut film. Why shouldn’t I accept? After that, I had the opportunity to collaborate with fantastic filmmakers like Rajiv Menon and Shankar, so it was only sensible that I would say yes to these films. In addition, AR Rahman’s music has been featured in all the movies, so why wouldn’t I gladly accept these amazing skill pairings? I have been very clear about the fact that I have no ties to these thought processes or systems and that’s never been my journey or the driving force behind my choices since the beginning of my career.

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