Aishwarya Rai Bachchan never fails to captivate audiences, as evidenced by this footage from her cousin Shloka Shetty’s wedding. In February of this year, Aishwarya attended her cousin’s wedding. Her husband, actor Abhishek Bachchan, and daughter Aaradhya Bachchan accompanied her. We get glimpses of Aishwarya blessing the newlyweds in a new video from the wedding that has been uploaded. At the gathering, we also witness the lovely actress and her daughter dancing.
Abhishek Bachchan may also be seen assuming command of the stage. The actor is seen executing the hook step of ‘Desi Girl,’ a popular song from his film Dostana, with Aishwarya and Aaradhya.
A set of photos from the wedding became viral on social media as well. Aishwarya is wearing a white lehenga and Aaradhya is wearing a red outfit, In one of the images, the two are seen standing close to a photograph of Aishwarya’s late father.
Monks In Happiness, who appear to be the official photographers at the wedding, posted the photos with a sweet statement on Instagram. They talked about how Aaradhya consoled Shloka and her mother during the bidaai.
“Ever since the thought of their daughter’s wedding comes in their mind, parents know consciously or subconsciously, that one day she will go to another family to create a new world. But it must be during the vidai that this truth dawns in entirety. At that moment, in @shlokasshetty ‘s vidai, comfort for @sulatha.shetty Aunty came in Aaradhya’s sweet voice, “Don’t cry, I’m there na!” Truly daughters are a blessing,” they captioned the pictures.
“On a separate note, the unpredictable nature of life takes away from us, someone who we would have wanted by our side in the most important moments of our life. Late Sh. Krishnaraj Rai (@aishwaryaraibachchan_arb ‘s father) was such a person for Shloka and her family. Present in spirit, his blessings most certainly are with Shloka, Karan and their families,” they continued.
On the work front, Aishwarya has been filming for Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan, in which she is rumoured to portray an adversary. Mani Ratnam’s directorial debut will be split into two parts. The first instalment will be released next year.