Aishwarya Rai shares remarkable new pic from Dabboo Ratnani’s calendar, says ‘21 years being family with your calendar’

Aishwarya Rai shares remarkable new pic from Dabboo Ratnani’s calendar, says ‘21 years being family with your calendar’

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan shared her image from the Dabboo Ratnani’s calendar and congratulated the celebrity photographer on finishing 25 years in business.

Sharing the picture, she wrote: “Congratulations on finishing 25years on your fabulous ride my dearest Dabs and 21 years being household with your calendar celebrating you and Manisha and your kids... God Bless and Shine on Love always.”

The photo is a shut shot of Aishwarya’s; her deep brown-black hair fall gracefully around her shoulders. Her kohled seem stand in sharp distinction to her limpid inexperienced eyes as she looks at the camera. Her husband Abhishek Bachchan too shared his image from the shoot and wrote: “My 19th calender shot for my expensive buddy @dabbooratnani It’s grow to be like a yearly family ritual! Congratulations Dabboo and @manishadratnani on this year’s calender. Dabs, from shooting my 1st ever journal cover to today. We’ve come a long way brother. Big love and full power to you.”


Dabboo Ratnani calendar this year featured some of his regulars like Vidya Balan, Aishwarya and a total host of younger stars like Ananya Panday, Kiara Advani, Tiger Shroff, Bhumi Pednekar, Kartik Aaryan, Vicky Kaushal, Sunny Leone among others. The calendar was launched on Monday and attending the feature have been Vidya, Bhumi, Sunny apart from veterans like Rekha and Jackie Shroff among others.

Aishwarya, who used to be remaining viewed in Fanney Khan, is making ready to superstar in Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan. The Tamil movie is a retelling of the popular novel of the same name. The film will star Vikram as a the well-known Chola king, Rajaraja Chola I. Aishwarya will be viewed playing a double role -- she will be considered as Nandini, the spouse of Periya Pazhuvettaraiyar (a role played by using Telugu actor Mohan Babu), and her mute mother, Queen Mandakini Devi.

There used to be an awful lot buzz that Aishwarya will be seen as Amrita Pritam, the legendary Punjabi poet in a deliberate Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s biopic of poet-lyricist Sahir Ludhainvi. However, nothing was once confirmed; it was once later reported that she is doing Mani Ratnam’s film.