“Wow, queen posted.”
Aishwarya Rai recently took to her Instagram handle and shared a series of photos from her recent photoshoot.
She wore a white ethnic suit. In one of her pictures, she placed her hand on her waist while posing for the camera.
In another picture, she held her suit and looked down. She even wore a white ring on her finger.
She got many compliments from her fans on her pictures.
She is currently promoting her upcoming film Ponniyin Selvan: 1 along with the team.
The film is slated to release on September 30, 2022.
She captioned her pictures with a sparkling heart emoji. One of her fans commented, “Wow, queen posted.”
Another fan wrote, “timeless beauty.” Another fan commented, “Can’t wait to see you on the big screen tomorrow!!! Welcome back to the movies!! The Queen of Puzhuvoor Nandini Devi.”
Many fans showed excitement for her release and dropped heart emojis.
Aishwarya Rai, who made her acting debut in 1997 with Mani Ratnam’s Iruvar, is making her comeback to Tamil films with her upcoming period drama, Ponniyin Selvan: 1.
The Mani Ratnam directorial, based on Kalki Krishnamurthy’s Tamil novel of the same name, also stars Jayam Ravi, Vikram, Karthi, Trisha Krishnan and Sobhita Dhulipala.
The AR Rahman musical is all set to be released in theatres on September 30 in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada.
In the film, Aishwarya Rai will be seen in dual roles. She will play queen Nandini, the princess of Pazhuvoor, who is on a mission to seek vengeance.
She will also essay the part of Mandakini Devi in the film.
The film will release in two parts and both have been shot on a budget of Rs 150 crores.
Mani Ratnam recently revealed that the second part of the film will be released in six to nine months based on the completion of VFX work and post-production.
In other news, Aishwarya was asked to share her thoughts on the debate around north versus south films.
The actor said that right now was an ‘amazing time’ for Indian cinema as the audience wants to see films ‘from every part’.
Many south Indian films, like RRR, Pushpa: The Rise and KGF Chapter 2, have become pan-Indian hits in recent times.
Aishwarya Rai said it was ‘evident’ that people are lapping up cinema from across the country.
Aishwarya said that language barriers between films and film industries were now being broken and films from everywhere were being seen by everyone now.