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Aishwarya And Abhishek Bachchan To Reunite For A Film After 8 Years

Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan are one of the most popular star couples of all time. The duo have worked together in about 10 films before tying the knot a decade back. They won our hearts with their chemistry in Dhai Akshar Prem Ke, Raavan, Guru, etc. In all these years, fans were eagerly waiting for them to work together for a film again. Good news is it’s finally happening now.

The duo is coming back together for a film after 8 long years. The film is titled as Gulab Jamun. Aishwarya who was recently seen in Fanney Khan confirmed the news during a promotional event of her recent release. Confirming the same, she stated,  “AB and I agreed to do Gulab Jamun. I told AB that he needs to decide what he wants to do after Manmarziyan.”

She further told that the script was shown to them about a year and a half back. The actress feels that the scripts fit them both. She said, “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 is a beautiful script, and we fit the narrative perfectly.”

She further said, “We have got many scripts, and at times, we got tempted too. But then, we discuss it out loud. We take stock and say, ‘Does it excite us?’ Why should marriage define our choices? Shouldn’t we be actually approaching the story as individual actors?”

The duo have also worked in Umraao Jaan, Dhoom 2, Kuch Na Kaho etc.

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Aishwarya was recently seen in Fanney Khan also starring Anil Kapoor and Rajkumar Rao. The film failed to spread its magic on the box-office.

Abhishek Bachchan will be seen in Manmarziaan. 

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