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ADHM was with friends and for friends, says Aishwarya

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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has received a lot of appreciation for her role in her latest flick.

Speaking about her 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' experience, Aishwarya recently said, "ADHM was with friends and for friends. When Karan came to me with the script, it was a yes already."

In an interview with a leading magazine, the 43-year-old actress also talked about her initial days in the tinsel town and the choices made by her.

"I have always followed my heart. I come from an academic background and choosing movies as a career was a serious decision for me. I could have started my journey with a glamorous role but I chose 'Iruvar' as my first film."

Adding, "I could have done the usual song, dance and looked glamorous but I didn't want the film to be all about me. I was excited to work with Mani Ratnam on an unconventional debut."

When asked about her reason for deterring from social media, the 'Jazbaa' actress said, "I don't feel the need to be there. When the Twitter and trend started out, it was more about making statements and adding followers, I didn't connect with it.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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ADHM was with friends and for friends, says Aishwarya

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has received a lot of appreciation for her role in her latest Karan Johar flick.Speaking about her 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' experience, Aishwarya recently said, "ADHM was with friends and for friends. When Karan came to me with the script, it was a yes already."In an interview with a leading magazine, the 43-year-old actress also talked about her initial days in the tinsel town and the choices made by her."I have always followed my heart. I come from an academic background and choosing movies as a career was a serious decision for me. I could have started my journey with a glamorous role but I chose 'Iruvar' as my first film."Adding, "I could have done the usual song, dance and looked glamorous but I didn't want the film to be all about me. I was excited to work with Mani Ratnam on an unconventional debut."When asked about her reason for deterring from social media, the 'Jazbaa' actress said, "I don't feel the need to be there. When the Twitter and Facebook trend ...

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has received a lot of appreciation for her role in her latest flick.

Speaking about her 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' experience, Aishwarya recently said, "ADHM was with friends and for friends. When Karan came to me with the script, it was a yes already."

In an interview with a leading magazine, the 43-year-old actress also talked about her initial days in the tinsel town and the choices made by her.

"I have always followed my heart. I come from an academic background and choosing movies as a career was a serious decision for me. I could have started my journey with a glamorous role but I chose 'Iruvar' as my first film."

Adding, "I could have done the usual song, dance and looked glamorous but I didn't want the film to be all about me. I was excited to work with Mani Ratnam on an unconventional debut."

When asked about her reason for deterring from social media, the 'Jazbaa' actress said, "I don't feel the need to be there. When the Twitter and trend started out, it was more about making statements and adding followers, I didn't connect with it.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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ADHM was with friends and for friends, says Aishwarya

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has received a lot of appreciation for her role in her latest flick.

Speaking about her 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' experience, Aishwarya recently said, "ADHM was with friends and for friends. When Karan came to me with the script, it was a yes already."

In an interview with a leading magazine, the 43-year-old actress also talked about her initial days in the tinsel town and the choices made by her.

"I have always followed my heart. I come from an academic background and choosing movies as a career was a serious decision for me. I could have started my journey with a glamorous role but I chose 'Iruvar' as my first film."

Adding, "I could have done the usual song, dance and looked glamorous but I didn't want the film to be all about me. I was excited to work with Mani Ratnam on an unconventional debut."

When asked about her reason for deterring from social media, the 'Jazbaa' actress said, "I don't feel the need to be there. When the Twitter and trend started out, it was more about making statements and adding followers, I didn't connect with it.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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