Aishwarya Rai Bachchan recently graced the second season of Famously Filmfare where she revealed a lot of unknown interesting details about herself, her marriage and her darling husband Abhishek Bachchan. She was at her candid best self, giving out many deets about her personal life that has not been known to us.
During the rapid-fire segment, Ash was asked about the worst comment she has heard about herself. To this, she said 'Fake and Plastic'.
Now, if we look back, it was Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi, who called Aish "plastic" during his stint on Karan Johar's chat show 'Koffee With Karan' Season 4.
The news had made headlines and later Emraan had also apologized to the actress for his comments and had even clarified that it the 'plastic' remark was made in jest and it was done in order to win the hamper.
Soon after this incident, when Aishwarya was offered 'Baadshaho', she rejected the project after she got to know that she was to act alongside Emraan.
Looks like Aishwarya is in no mood to forgive Emraan and is still holding grudge against him.
On the work front, Aishwarya was last seen in Fanney Khan alongside Anil Kapoor and Rajkummar Rao. However, the film didn't manage to win the hearts of the audience and flopped at the box office.
Next, she was to reunite with husband Abhishek Bachchan on the silver screens with their upcoming film Gulab Jamun. But, fresh reports this morning state that the couple has opted out of the project.
A close source has revealed to an entertainment portal that they have changed their mind and will now not be a part of the film. "Abhishek and Aishwarya were keen to do the film. But they had suggested certain changes too. While things were being worked out, the two seem to have had a change of mind. And now they have decided to not be a part of this movie," quotes the source.
Last year in an interview to a leading entertainment tabloid, Aish said, "AB [Abhishek] and I have agreed to do Gulab Jamun. I told AB that he needs to decide what he wants to do after Manmarziyan. The script was offered a year and half back.
We had agreed on the idea then. However, it was around the same time that AB decided to take time-out. After the hiatus, he returned with Manmarziyan, which coincidentally is directed by Anurag Kashyap. That's when the chatter around Gulab Jamun began again, and we finally came on board. It's a beautiful script and we fit the narrative perfectly."