Arguably one of the best actress in Bollywood, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has taken her achievements up a notch as she received Outstanding Celebrity Woman of the Year 2016 Award on Friday, while featuring among Outlook Business’ 19 outstanding women.
The former Miss World was featured on the Outlook Business cover of the issue, which says, “19 women achievers share their successful, entrepreneurial journey in a candid conversation with Outlook Business.”
The ever-graceful and beautiful Aishwarya expressed her gratitude for the award, also mentioning that the most beautiful experience of her life was her daughter, Aaradhya. This isn’t the first time doting mother has openly acknowledged her love for her daughter, as she keeps making stunning media presence with the little baby girl in her arms. She has voiced multiple times her priority is her daughter.
In an awe-worthy moment for all mother-daughter duos, Aishwarya stepped back from promotion of her upcoming venture, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil with dashing Ranbir Kapoor, Fawad Khan and Anushka Sharma. Her reason was simple – Aaradhya needs her.
Aishwarya isn’t a new success of Bollywood, but has been here after winning Miss India followed by Miss World paegants in 1994, after which she experimented modeling and soon started her Bollywood career. This beautiful actress has won more than 150 awards, and has been nominated for more than 30 awards.
Her most popular stints of Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam, Devdas etc won her Filmfare awards, while her list of winning international as well as national awards is not small. Her movies like Jodha Akbar, Guzarish, Sarabjit etc have brought her widely spread appreciation from the critics. She has also won Padma Shri from former President Pratibha Patil.
The internationally-acclaimed star makes headlines with her fashion diaries, as she makes glamorous and stunning presence in Cannes Film Festival and many more international events. At the event of her latest award, she spoke of her success mantra and advised women to be the best version of themselves, every day.