Actor Ameesha Patel is on a throwback spree on Instagram. She treated fans to an invisible photo of herself with Aishwarya Rai as they both attended an event as main guests. She previously shared a photo with her debut co-star Hrithik Roshan. (Read also: Hrithik Roshan looks unrecognizable in an unseen photo with Ameesha Patel)
In the last picture, Ameesha and Aishwarya Rai are seen together laughing candidly. While Ameesha wore a yellow salwar suit, the latter appeared in a printed outfit. The Gardar actor shared the post, writing: “Hi guys.. as promised the THROWBACK WEEKENDS I started on so many requests last week. So here goes…”
“The lovely @aishwaryaraibachchan_arb n me as the main guests of a show who pulled a stupid joke we made and we don’t stop laughing,” she added. One fan commented on the photo of the two divas in one frame, saying, “2 beauties in 1 frame.” “2 most beautiful ladies together,” added another.
Ameesha and Aishwarya have been among the most popular actors in Bollywood since the 2000s. Ameesha made her Bollywood debut alongside Hrithik in the 2000 film Kaho Na…Pyaar Hai and rose to fame. On the other hand, after winning the Miss World title, Aishwarya made her acting debut in Mani Ratnam’s Iruvar. In the same year, she appeared in her first Bollywood film, Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya.
Aishwarya was once asked about his replacement in Aamir Khan’s movie Mangal Pandey: The Rising. Interestingly, Ameesha starred in the movie. Speaking about it in an interview in 2004, Aishwarya was asked if this was true, and she didn’t hesitate to correct the context of the situation.
Aishwarya Rai replied, “What is interesting is that you remember the words, such as ‘replace’, that you etched. The fact is that the situation was very different. And again and again, since that situation until today, I have replied : that the producer actually apologized to me for being out of tune because of the way he spoke in the media, because of other pressures he went through, there was a disagreement between him and my agents, and more than anything, even to the point of even pre-mahurat.”