Brad Pitt Once Revealed That He Would Like To Work With Aishwarya Rai Bachchan; Recalled Missing The Opportunity As She Declined Troy

During the promotions of his film Killing Me Softly, Brad Pitt had confessed that he would love to work with Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan if given a chance

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Brad Pitt Once Revealed That He Would Like To Work With Aishwarya Rai Bachchan; Recalled Missing The Opportunity As She Declined Troy
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actor, Brad Pitt surely follows and loves Bollywood. He has often spoken about it and expressed that he would love to do a Bollywood film. But given a chance, do you know with which Bollywood heroine, he would love to pair up with? Well, zero points for guessing as it is none other than beauty queen Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. In one of the old interviews, Brad Pitt had expressed his wish to work with the beauty even though she had rejected his film, Troy.

In 2012, while promoting his film Killing Me Softly, Brad Pitt had spoken to news agency IANS and said that he would like to work with Aishwarya. He was quoted saying, "Given a chance, I would like to work with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, because she's a versatile actor." Reportedly, Aishwarya Rai was offered a role in Brad's film Troy, but for some reason, she had declined the offer.

Brad recalled it and stated, "She is one of the most popular actresses of Bollywood, who has achieved huge acclaim in the west for her style, beauty and acting skills. I think we missed an opportunity to be cast together for Troy."

Oh, how we wish these two come together for a project. Aishwarya is a known face all over the world as she has charmed everyone with her beauty and grace. While she has appeared in a few Hollywood films, she is a regular at the Cannes Festival.









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