Fake reports from Pakistan once claimed Bachchan's 'bahu' Aishwarya Rai committed suicide

First Published 25, Oct 2020, 1:29 PM

Like many other actors and actresses, once Aishwarya Rai too became a victim of false death news, read on

<p>Yes, there was news in 2016 that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan committed suicide. Reports suggested that Aishwarya was trying to kill herself and a picture too went viral on social media.<br />
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Yes, there was news in 2016 that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan committed suicide. Reports suggested that Aishwarya was trying to kill herself and a picture too went viral on social media.
 

<p style="text-align: justify;">Some reports claimed she committed suicide owing to marital woes, others alleged “family disputes over her steamy photoshoot with Ranbir Kapoor”.<br />
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Some reports claimed she committed suicide owing to marital woes, others alleged “family disputes over her steamy photoshoot with Ranbir Kapoor”.
 

<p>The same day, Aish was spotted at celebrity designer Manish Malhotra's party. “I was with Aishwarya and Abhishek till 2 am morning at designer Manish’s home. She looked radiant and happy, posing for photographs. A lot of guests complimented her for how stunning she looked in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and her husband seemed rather pleased about it,” a source told Hindustan Times.<br />
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The same day, Aish was spotted at celebrity designer Manish Malhotra's party. “I was with Aishwarya and Abhishek till 2 am morning at designer Manish’s home. She looked radiant and happy, posing for photographs. A lot of guests complimented her for how stunning she looked in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and her husband seemed rather pleased about it,” a source told Hindustan Times.
 

<p>According to another report, by Outlook Pakistan, the headline read: Aishwarya Rai blamed her rumoured “marital woes” for ‘alleged suicide'.<br />
Not just that, the website also quoted a doctor who treated Aishwarya. The website quoted the doctor as saying that after he saved Aishwarya, she told him, “Let me die, it is better to die than live such a pathetic life.”<br />
The fake report also added that Bachchan family called a doctor to their house when they discovered Aishwarya‘s alleged suicide attempt. To keep it hush-hush, they allegedly did not take Aishwarya to the hospital.</p>

According to another report, by Outlook Pakistan, the headline read: Aishwarya Rai blamed her rumoured “marital woes” for ‘alleged suicide'.
Not just that, the website also quoted a doctor who treated Aishwarya. The website quoted the doctor as saying that after he saved Aishwarya, she told him, “Let me die, it is better to die than live such a pathetic life.”
The fake report also added that Bachchan family called a doctor to their house when they discovered Aishwarya‘s alleged suicide attempt. To keep it hush-hush, they allegedly did not take Aishwarya to the hospital.

<p style="text-align: justify;">The fake report also added that Bachchan family called a doctor to their house when they discovered Aishwarya‘s alleged suicide attempt. To keep it hush-hush, they allegedly did not take Aishwarya to the hospital.</p>

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The fake report also added that Bachchan family called a doctor to their house when they discovered Aishwarya‘s alleged suicide attempt. To keep it hush-hush, they allegedly did not take Aishwarya to the hospital.


 

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