Aishwarya Rai says about Aaradhya: It’s my daughter and my life

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s presence magnetizes eyeballs like nothing else, as she is familiar with how to keep it authentic.

Ash has frequently been mocked for the silliest things when it comes to her loving baby Aaradhya, from holding Aaradhaya’s hands to kissing her on the lips.

In an interview with a well known entertainment internet site, Aishwarya said that she does not let what other people say define her.

"People will have an opinion. That's not changing what I'm doing na, how I'm taking care of my daughter in a public space," she said.

Aishwarya puts emphasis on that she is going to be the devoted mom that she is, regardless of comments from people.

"Judge it. It's my daughter, I love her. I'll be protective or I'll be loving or I'll embrace her. It's my daughter and my life," she stated.

In spite of knowing that people are waiting to jump on her with their decision and condemnation, Bachchan bahu would not transform anything regarding the way she carries herself out.

"We know we are being watched. We know the photograph is out there for judgment. So if I wanted to be artificial, I wouldn't do it. But I'm really not going to play into that," she added.

Ash said she has no time for trolls, “It’s the approach, sense of self, self-confidence, self-esteem and finding strength in our capabilities that I find liberating. Be in tune with who you are because that keeps you positive. Once you start radiating that positivity, there is no stopping you.”

“I react (when cameras come too close). If my arm is around Aaradhya, people will say the mother is very clingy. I hear all this when it is already couple of days later so it is kind of over. I don’t let it define me. I don’t change how I take care of Aaradhya or how I define myself based on all of this. Judge me for it but I will love her, embrace her. She is my daughter. We know we are being watched, the photo is being judged but I will not play into that world.”

On the work front, the actress played the role of singing sensation Baby Singh in her latest offering, Fanney Khan, which is presently in theatres. Unluckily, the movie failed to woo viewers and made just Rs 2.15 crore on its first day.

by Vijay Singh | Sun, Aug 05 - 01:44 PM

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