Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her ex-boyfriend came under one roof, here's what happened next

First Published 19, Jan 2018, 12:20 PM IST
Aishwarya Rai and her ex boyfriend came under one roof here what happened next
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It was the last day of Benjamin Netanyahu's India visit, where he met leading actors, directors and producers from the film industry. 

Actress Aishwarya Rai with her husband Abhishek Bachchan and father-in-law Amitabh Bachchan recently attended an event "Shalom Bollywood", where Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu was present.  

It was the last day of Benjamin Netanyahu's India visit, where he met leading actors, directors and producers from the film industry. 

But what grabbed everyone's eyeballs and became the headline later was, when Amitabh recreated the viral 'Oscar selfie', which featured several Hollywood stars in one picture. In this selfie which was clicked by Big B featured ex-lovers, Aishwarya Rai and Vivek Oberoi in one frame. Can you spot the ex-lovers?

Take a look

 Can You Spot Aish & Vivek?

 

Aishwarya's husband Abhishek is also seen posing for the selfie. PM Benjamin Netanyahu shared this picture on his Twitter page and rather gave it a funny caption that reads, "Will my Bollywood selfie beat @TheEllenShow Hollywood selfie at the Oscars? @SrBachchan @juniorbachchan @rajcheerfull @imbhandarkar @vivek_oberoi."

In an interview with PTI, Netanyahu said, "I want everyone in Indian and Israel to know about the phenomenal friendship between our countries. So I've an idea. One of the most viral pictures took place at the Oscars where several celebrities took a selfie together," he said.

 

"So I want all the Bollywood actors, directors, producers present here to join me right now for a selfie so millions of people can see the great friendship between the two countries," Netanyahu added.

Karan Johar's production "Drive" became the first Bollywood film to be shot in Israel for which Johar along with Dharma Productions CEO Apoorva Mehta was felicitated by Netanyahu.

 

Vivek With His Wife & Israel’s PM

 

Bachchan, 75, said when "we as a community watch films in a darkened hall, we never ask the caste or creed, or colour or religion of the person sitting next to us. We enjoy the same film, laugh at the same joke, cry at the same emotion. In a world where we see humanity disintegrating in front of us, cinema is perhaps (among) the few yet prominent entities that bring people together." 

 

It Must Be Awkward For Vivek & Aishwarya

Netanyahu in his address quipped that Bachchan has "30 million more followers than me on Twitter" and stressed how if India and Israel come together, "magic will happen." 

Also present at the event was Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

Choreographer Terence Lewis along with his group brought the curtain down with a dance medley.

(Inputs from PTI) (Photo: Twitter)
 

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