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We have been seeing Kareena Kapoor Khan as a true diva when it comes to pouting. Also, there are many actresses who ace pout game and the little one who joins the game is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s daughter Aaradhya Bachchan. Over the time, the little munchkin of Aishwarya works on her pouting and now we can say that she aces in it.
Recently, the mommy Aishwarya posted a picture with Mickey Contractor on Instagram. In the picture, Aaradhya is seen pouting while looking into the camera. She is looking really cute in the photo.
The actress is in Doha for a fashion show. She also walked for her favorite designer Manish Malhotra in a beautiful champagne and red embroidered gown with her hair tied in a gorgeous bun and eyes done boldly. Aaradhya was with her mother at the event.
On the professional front, Aishwarya was last seen onscreen in the movie Fanney Khan opposite Anil Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao. The film didn’t do well on the box office as expected. At this point in time, she has been approached by the makers for the remake of Woh Kaun Thi remake which will star Shahid Kapoor in the lead role. However, there is no confirmation regarding the same.
Once Aishwarya was asked about her daughter’s reaction on getting so much attention, to this she had said, “I haven’t made a conversation out of it. She is a child and I can’t casually say that she understands it. It can never be normal as there is nothing normal about it. Aaradhya has seen it [the attention] since she was a baby, while I was exposed to it only in my twenties. Is it normal to her? I don’t know. It can’t be normal to see human beings behave strangely. But also it’s not like she woke up one day and experienced it. She has seen crowds outside our gates, media outside the airports and I would like to believe that she realises that it happens sporadically. I have been a very normal mother with her throughout. I have gone with her everywhere. I go to her school every day. I have done normal things with her like taken her to the park, visited temples, gone to the supermarket etc., so that she understands what ‘normal normal’ is and what social excitement is.”