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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Is NOT Shocked By Negative Responses Of Ae Dil Hai Mushkil; Courtesy Dhoom 2

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In an era of Deepika Padukone, Katrina Kaif and Priyanka Chopra, why is everyone still so interested in Aishwarya Rai Bachchan? The 43-year-old actress is a wife, mother, and the daughter-in-law of one of the most royal families of B-town. Whenever she has decided to sport a sexy look for her film, she has been criticised owing to her pristine image!

Recently, she romanced the much-younger actor Ranbir Kapoor in her latest release, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and her intimate scenes with him,raised many eyebrows. Did it affect her? Well, in her latest interview with India Today, Aishwarya talked about it like never before and here's what she told:

Aishwarya Compares ADHM's Buzz With Dhoom 2

"Well fortunately, there hasn't been that excessive a noise, um, in fact there was probably more chatter during Dhoom 2, and um, there hasn't been around this, which is... which is wonderful, which is what, how many years since Dhoom 2 now, maybe 10 years right? So, that's.. that's saying a lot."

Her Bold Scenes Blown Out Of Proportion?

She was asked whether she feels that when it comes to her, things were blown out of proportion, she told, "No, I think.. in that I'm referring to the fact that when I did Dhoom 2, um, I remember I did that just around the time there was also the talk of possibly working in the West."

'I Wasn't Comfortable With The Idea Of Intimacy'

She added, "I was declining some wonderful work in the West because I personally also wasn't comfortable with the idea of intimacy on celluloid, but I keep referring to everything as, I think to the audience, everything is relative to how much they are exposed to."

We Do Agree With Her Here..

"So when there's this huge influx of (kissing scenes) they've seen so much, that I think somehow (sic) now the audience has also become, pretty uh, they've... they've gotten used to all of this visually. Uh, but at the time, I said okay let me first do, let me kind of maybe explore that turf a little bit, in an Indian movie, and so Dhoom was where you know I kind of explored the area, and um..."

Was She Shocked By The Responses?

In the same interview with India Today, Aishwarya also admitted that she was not at all shocked by the responses and she told, "No, I mean the response of the audience and critics and all was obviously I mean there, you saw the results in the movie itself, people kind of loved the movie and all of that."

It Came From A Place Of Great Love

"But there was some kind of, there was a little bit of uproar that Yashji had shared with us, which at the time was surprising, but it was topical about, (sic) there's just this immense, but it's weird... it came from a place of great love... and towards me," added Aishwarya.

People Felt I Belonged To Everybody..

She concluded by saying, "I mean it's almost like people felt I belonged to everybody, and it was from that protective, possessive love, that there was a bit of, a bit of chatter and talk around, and a bit of a reaction, so what I mean is... it's all relative, when you kind of see with the times, but here we are."

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is no ordinary star. We all know that once Bollywood actresses embrace marriage or motherhood, movie buffs instantly discard them! But this lady is one exception. With her killer looks and magical ada, she owns a large number of loyal fans, for whom Aishwarya is Aishwarya, and no other actress can replace her in their hearts!

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