SUPER EXCLUSIVE ❤❤❤— Aishwarya Planet (@AishwaryaPlanet) October 30, 2019
GORGEOUS #AishwaryaRai & @juniorbachchan with Cute Angel #AaradhyaBachchan at the @Longines New #DolceVita Collections Launch in Rome , Italy #AishwaryaRaiBachchan #Aishwarya #AbhishekBachchan #Longines #EleganceIsAnAttitude #Rome #Italy pic.twitter.com/9bKjIjMYT4
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is one diva, who whenever faces the lens, makes us skip a heartbreak. Continuing to do the same, the actress was a vision in white, looking flawless and gorgeous like always in the city of love, Rome. Having a blast at the Diwali party hosted at Jalsa on Sunday, the actress jetted off to Rome with hubby Abhishek Bachchan and daughter Aaradhya Bachchan. This visit of Aish to Rome is to mark her 20 years of association with the luxury watch brand, Longines.
Hence, on this occasion the actress got a photoshoot done, in a white gown. The actress was a sight to behold in nude make up, soft wavy hair and looking splendidly gorgeous in a Ziad Germanos gown. Sharing a series of pictures, she captioned one of the images as, “DolceVita in Rome with Longines” Giving us more insight about happening at the gala event, was the actress’ social media fan pages. One of social media fan page shared a video of the actress interacting with the guest attending the event, followed by introducing her daughter and hubby as well. ALSO READ: Kaun Banega Crorepati: Amitabh Bachchan's Reaction To A Contestant Praising Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's Eyes Is Crazy AF
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has been in news recently for her heroic act as she saved her manager from major burn injuries. Her manager, Archana's lehenga caught fire at the Bachchan Diwali party and it was Aishwarya's timely action and presence of mind that saved her. She truly is a beauty queen!
Aishwarya truly is an icon and a braveheart!
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