Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s darling daughter Aaradhya Bachchan is one of the most loved star-kids on the block. Her pictures and videos on social media go viral in no time.
We recently got our hands on an old video that has been doing the rounds on social media of late. The video shows Aishwarya teaching Aaradhya a Rajasthani folk dance called ghoomar. Aaradhya seems fascinated while watching a Rajasthani dancer. Later, the dancer takes over and makes Aaradhya dance, while Aishwarya watches with amazement.
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Aaradhya was recently all over the news after video clips of her play from her school event went viral on social media. Aaradhya strongly resembled her mother, Aishwarya, in many ways. From the way she spoke her lines to her expressions, Aaradhya showcased that the acting talent runs in the Bachchan family. Watching her perform in the play even reminded many of Aishwarya’s voice in the Hollywood film, Maleficent.

The star daughter had recently attended Kabaddi match of the team owned by her father

Abhishek Bachchan. She accompanied Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai. Aaradhya decided to change things up from her usual front fringe haircut and went for a different style. She left her hair open and added a headband to complement the new look.

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Interestingly, she decided to change things up by parting her fringes, revealing a different look that diverged from her usual style of covering her forehead.

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