Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's 2013 comeback begins
Every fortnight there is a news report about Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's comeback. But never did the lady herself or her representatives confirm these reports.
A buzz surrounds the return of Aishwarya Rai to big screen. First, it was said that she will make a comeback with a Mani Ratnam film, and now it’s heard that Karan Johar wants to cast her for a remake.
Aishwarya confirmed that she is reading scripts and would soon make her return to silver screen.
But media was skeptical about her weight which increased dramatically after she gave birth to daughter Aaradhya.
And Ash did almost nothing to check her bulging waistline. Ash also faced lot of scathing remarks and was condemned for being flabby.
But now we hear Aishwarya is gearing up for real.
As talks of her comeback continue, Aishwarya has started working out to shed the extra kilos.
She was never very keen on sweating it out and working hard at a gym. She has resumed her regular yoga sessions along with bit of functional training at home.
Functional training improves a person's overall fitness or help a person to achieve a specific fitness goal. It focuses on individual parts of the body, assists in weight loss. It also helps improve posture, core stability and flexibility.
While enjoying every bit of being a mother, Ash has given a complete year to daughter Aaradhya. Now the actress is looking to make her comeback to face the camera.
Reports suggest that she's in talks with filmmakers and in all probability her next film will be announced post-April.
If the announcement is likely to be made in April we won't be surprised if Ash has already given her nod to one of the directors making a queue to work with the former Miss World.
During an interview with David Frost, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan said she was initially 'virtually invited into the industry (film) with very good assignments'.
Even now when she is returning to silver-screen Aishwarya is virtually being dragged back to the industry by fans and filmmakers alike.
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