- The actress was in Mangaluru to perform the religious rites following the death of her father.
- In many occasions we have seen the actress in the South Indian attire or performing their family rituals in Tulu style.
Aishwarya Rai's father Krishnaraj Rai who passed away on 18 March 2017, was an Army Biologist, while her mother, Brinda, is a homemaker. Later, her family moved to Mumbai, where Aish attended the Arya Vidya Mandir High School. And rest is history
Recently, the actress was in Mangaluru to perform the religious rites following the death of her father. She was in Mangaluru with her mother Vrinda and daughter Aradhya.
In many occasions we have seen the actress in the South Indian attire or performing their family rituals in Tulu style. Even her, godh bharai which is known as 'bayake' in Tulu was in a traditional Mangalurean style.
According to the Times of India, there was a troupe from the south to play Mangalurean music, while white flowers, especially jasmine, and brass urlis (ritualistic Kerala lamps made of bell metal) were part of the decor.
The flowers were traditional south Indian with a strong Kerala theme. The cuisine was also from the south and had dishes from every state in the south, ranging from aapam, malabar parathas, prawns, egg stew, fish curry, roast urlakalang, yene kathrika, hyderabadi biryani, curd rice, steamed fish and paneer in banana leaf.
When she won her Miss World crown in 1994, she was seen having South Indian food with her mother sitting on the floor.
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Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:39 PM