Aishwarya Rai Talks About The Dreamy Proposal By Abhishek Bachchan & What Made Her Say Yes
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is certainly the most beautiful woman on earth. She has bagged the Miss World title in 1994 and ever since then, she has been ruling the hearts of the world. Not only is she a beloved actress in India, she has also casted a spell on the worldwide audience with her several Hollywood and global red carpet appearances. Everyone wanted to be seen with this gorgeous lady and many even spend their life with her but her heart was won by none other than the Junior Bachchan Abhishek Bachchan.
The two had never thought of any such relationship together until the cupid struck them during the shoot of the movie Guru. This Dabu Ratnani film brought the two closer and they realized that there is something really special between the two. The two were in New York prior to the release of the film, when Abhishek went down on his knees in a hotel’s balcony and popped the question with a ring, and rest, as they say, is a history.
Recently, Aishwarya Rai was asked about her dream proposal by her now hubby Abhishek Bachchan. She was pretty surprised that one could even think that she could forget this dream proposal by her now husband Abhi. Talking about this proposal, Aishwarya Rai said, “Of course’, I remember. During the shoot of Jodha Akbar’s song ‘Khwaja Mere Khwaja’, sitting as a bride, and I am like, omg this is surreal, all happening on-screen, off-screen, this is bizarre and Ashutosh is like you are engaged and I am like what.” Check out the video here:
Further, she went on to say how her marriage with Abhishek Bachchan had brought a change in her life. She said, “In life, change is the only constant. It’s good to change. But it’s not something I’ll write home about. You have to be conscious about a change of phase in your life. You can’t just sail through everything and drift along. That means you’re not investing, you’re not experiencing, you’re not giving to it and taking back. You need to have that ‘exchange’ in all your relationships, be it with your parents, with your friends, your professionals and most importantly marriage. Because it’s not just two individuals coming together. Rather it’s about two families coming together. It’s your lives that you’re sharing. There are strong influences. We’re equally aware and conscious of embracing each other’s side and today we’re one. Two people who marry and decide to spend their life together should have that kind of exchange. So I’ve chosen to lean on exchange as opposed to change.”