Actor Aishwarya Rai posed as she smiled for the digicam in an unseen throwback image from over twenty years in the past. In the picture, shared on dressmaker Ritu Kumar’s Instagram account, the duo stood subsequent to one another.
In the image, Aishwarya Rai opted for a brown outsized shirt, tied her hair again with a shawl and wore a wristwatch. Ritu wore a white shirt and accessorised with bangles and earrings.
The caption of the publish learn, “@aishwaryaraibachchan_arb photographed with Ritu Kumar wearing a printed ensemble from our Karabagh collection in the mid-1990s. We take a look back at some iconic images from our archives featuring women that continue to inspire us as we enter the new year. #RituKumar #RituKumarArchives #RKDecadesOfStyle.”
Recently, Aishwarya had featured in a publish shared by Sukaina Nagpal, daughter of late choreographer Saroj Khan. Sharing the previous footage, she captioned the publish, “Thank you Ash Di for being the person you are (red heart emojis). Loads of love. Also, I forgot to add my best friend, sister, my lifeline when I was young, Suman Ranganathan. Please viral this picture so much so she gets my message cause I want to talk to her.”
In the primary picture, Aishwarya and Sukaina sat on a bench with a stuffed toy between them. Aishwarya wore a blue outfit, matching earrings and darkish sun shades. Aishwarya posed with Sukaina and Suman within the subsequent image. The final picture confirmed Aishwarya, flashing an enormous smile for the lens, as she held Sukaina.
Aishwarya can be subsequent seen in Mani Ratnam’s directorial Ponniyin Selvan. The movie additionally options Vikram, Karthi, Prakash Raj, Jayam Ravi, Trisha Krishnan and Mohan Babu, amongst others. The movie marks her comeback into performing after 4 years. She was seen final on the large display in Fanney Khan in 2018.
Aishwarya was launched in movies by Mani Ratnam and had earlier spoken about her expertise of working with him for Ponniyin Selvan. Speaking with The Hindu, she had mentioned, “Working with him (Mani) is like going again to high school, and no matter you’re saying goes with the territory.”