Aishwarya Rai's latest movie Fanney Khan released today (3 August). She says that she is keen to explore her place behind the camera
Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai opened up about her Bollywood journey and her college days when she used to travel by public transport.
Last week, the actress was on a promotional spree for Fanney Khan where movie critic Rajeev Masand interviewed Aishwarya.
We all know that Aishwarya's life is nothing less than a mega-budget film with all ups and downs. However, the former Miss World revealed that she lived her college days just like any other ordinary teenager.
She walked down the memory lane. She spoke about her travel in buses and Mumbai local trains while studying in college. From her past experience, she exactly knows how it feels to be at Dadar railway station.
When Rajeev joked about when was the last time she ever boarded a local train, bus or a taxi, Rai replied, "I have done the bus and the train, everything, as a college kid. I have done the trains. I know exactly what it gets like at Dadar station."
As soon as the actress made this statement, audiences sitting in the studio couldn’t stop clapping as they connected with her.
Aishwarya also added, "I know what it is like on buses. I know that the rainy season is not the easiest at all on public transport. And I am not saying that I need to kind of shove Aaradhya into all that in the coming years. At the end of the day, we have to consider all aspects of life."
"It is not that one is going to treat her privileged, but at the same time, just to prove a point I am not going to be irresponsible as her mother. I am gonna have to gauge circumstances in the time," Aishwarya said.
"But at the same time, while one can, I definitely want to give her an idea of what life is like for everybody," she summed it up.
In this exclusive interview with Rajeev, Aishwarya also talked about the issue of body shaming, trolls and her movie Fanney Khan.
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Last Updated 3, Aug 2018, 5:46 PM