'Same haircut and black outfit since...': Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Aaradhya Bachchan jet off for Paris Fashion Week, netizens react
In the video clip, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan can be seen holding daughter Aaradhya’s hands as paps clicked their pictures. She can also be heard asking paps to be careful.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan were clicked at the Mumbai airport on Friday as they headed to France to attend Paris Fashion Week. The mother-daughter duo were in their usual stunning self. While Aishwarya donned an all-black outfit and accentuated her look with winged eyeliner. Aaradhya, on the other hand, looked cute in a blue long top and black pants. As their airport surfaced on the internet, the netizens once again trolled them with comments mostly on their hairstyles.
In the video clip, Aishwarya can be seen holding Aaradhya’s hands as paps clicked their pictures. She can also be heard asking paps to be careful, “Aap log girne wale ho.” Soon after, a netizen reacted, “Ye dono ke hair style humesha ek hi hoti hai.. asie q.. kabhi to alag dekhooo aap dono.” Another commented, “Why this baby haircut yet? She has grown up, I wish parents ko bhi nazar ajaye kisi din.” “When will she leave her hand and give her confidence to walk alone without any support,” added another user. Watch the video here:
Aishwarya has been a brand ambassador for L'Oreal for years. She will be representing the cosmetic giant at the Paris Fashion Show along with international celebs. Earlier, the mother-daughter duo attended the 76th edition of the Cannes Film Festival last year. A few days ago, they were seen visiting Ganpati Darshan. A video caught everyone’s attention in which a little fan screamed, ‘Aishwalya Lai.’ A surprised Aaradhya looked back, while the actress greeted the fan and waved at him. Have a look at the video:
Workwise, Aishwarya was last seen in Mani Ratnam’s Ponniyin Selvan. The film, which also stars Vikram, Karthi and Trisha, has received a great response from the audience. Aishwarya’s role as Nandini also garnered appreciation from both audience and critics.