“To have the chance to hold the title, to wear the crown with pride… that was my one an opportunity to go out there and experience excellence with a reason. I remain here overpowered by this honor. I express gratitude toward Miss World Organization for such a fantastic honor, to the point that I have gotten,” Aishwarya said in an announcement.
In the two decades that have gone since she won the desired excellence show, Aishwarya made a stellar profession in Bollywood furthermore turned into a universally known brand representative for top brands and a standard and feted vicinity at the Cannes Film Festival.
She wedded performing artist Abhishek Bachchan in April 2007 and brought forth their girl Aaradhya in 2011.
The performing artist was most recently seen on screen in the Sanjay Gupta directorial “Jazbaa”, which was her rebound film following a five-year break.
She will next be found in producer Karan Johar’s “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” and “Sarabjit”, which are slated to hit the screens one year from now.
Omung Kumar, who is coordinating “Sarabjit”, a biopic taking into account the life of Sarabjit Singh, an Indian convict who passed on in a Pakistani jail, has said that he is “excited” to work with her.
“Miss World got its actual importance after Aishwarya got to be Miss World, India got to be glad when she got the title, and following 21 years regardless we are so pleased with her. Also, now I find the opportunity to work with in my new film. I’m super excited,” Kumar said.