Ranbir Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma has already kick-started the promotion of their forthcoming film, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and during the promotion of the film, we got to know many inside scoops related to their co-stars and their funny stories!
Aishwarya has always mentioned that in spite of being senior, she gelled up with Ranbir & Anushka quite amazingly and the trio had a helluva time during the shoot of the film. Recently, during ADHM promotion, Aishwarya revealed a funny story behind their throwback picture, which went viral on social media a few days ago.
Flashback Picture & The Funny Story Behind It
"There's a cute story that I have to share. So Ranbir had just passed his 10th standard and the results were out. This party was thrown for him. Whenever I see this picture, I go into flashback. He came and told me he got some 65.4% but till we did Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, I didn't know he was lying to me. He had got 54.3% actually."
She added, "So his grand-mom Krishna aunty was so excited and she wanted to throw a huge party. We were at the side, laughing at everyone. He kept saying, ‘itne mein hi itna khush hai sab ke sab'." laughing. LOL!
Anushka Too Revealed An Unknown Incident Related To Aishwarya
Recalling an incident, which happened while Anushka was abroad for an award function, she revealed how Aishwarya Rai Bachchan made her comfortable!
Anushka On Aishwarya
"She was too good to me during an award function abroad. I was called for a party in Mr Amitabh Bachchan's suite. I was 21 then and was scared. But she was so warm to me. She kept on asking me if I am okay or not. She didn't need to do that but she did," said Anushka.
Aishwarya’s Reply On The Same
Aishwarya, on her part, feels it was her duty to make Anushka comfortable. "She was shy, standing distant and uncertain. It was important to make her at ease and bring her in," told Aishwarya.
Anushka & Aishwarya Have Only One Scene Together
At the recent event, Anushka also said that questions about two actresses working together have always been there. She revealed that she has only one scene with Aishwarya in ADHM. "It was one scene, it's a powerful scene. These questions are constant (of heroines not getting along)," told Anushka.
ADHM Is Free Of Hurdles..
On a related note, Filmmaker Karan Johar received a major breather when the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) on Saturday allowed the release of ADHM but with a rider -- all the producers who employed Pakistani artists, must pay Rs 5 crore each into the Indian Army's welfare fund as atonement.
Here's What Happened..
Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis convened a meeting on Saturday which was attended by MNS President Raj Thackeray, Karan Johar and Film and Television Producers Guild of India's President Mukesh Bhatt, among others at his official residence, Varsha, to resolve the imbroglio.
Thackeray On Pakistani Artistes
Thackeray said henceforth, all Pakistani artistes, including actors, singers and directors shall be permanently banned from Bollywood. "Why should Pakistani actors be given the red carpet welcome when our soldiers are being killed on the borders? Was the Uri attack the first one," said Thackeray.
T&C Applied On ADHM Release
The MNS also imposed certain conditions on the release of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, including that the producers making a handsome contribution to the army welfare fund, and slides paying tribute to the brave Indian soldiers are shown before the start of the film in theatres -- to which both Bhatt and Johar readily agreed.
Officials at Dharma Productions and Fox Star Studios - the banners backing the film - are thankful over support from cinema owners.
"We thank the Film and Television Producers Guild of India who have come out in support of our film 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' and also wholeheartedly thank the single screen owners and associations and multiplex owners for supporting our film and standing by us," said Apoorva Mehta, the CEO of Dharma Productions.
Vijay Singh, the CEO of Fox Star Studios, said, "We are extremely thankful to the Producers Guild and the cinema owners who have stood by 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' and have come out and supported us. The film talks about celebrating love".