Here's what happened when Aishwarya Rai, Sushmita Sen's paths crossed
First Published 24, Oct 2020, 10:15 AM
Aishwarya Rai and Sushmita Sen came face to face at Nita Ambani's bash. What happened next will shock you, read details.
Since the Miss India days there had been smoke about the alleged rivalry amid the Aishwarya Rai and Sushmita Sen. Both the ladies have won many hearts with their charismatic personalities and gigantic aura, taking our country's name higher Internationally.
When Aishwarya Rai became Miss World in 1994, another Indian beauty Sushmita Sen brought the Miss Universe title to India. Once in an interview. Sushmita talked about her fellow beauty pageant contestant, Aishwarya saying she made us proud.
Even today fans believe that there must be some sort of competition or rivalry between the two. From their beauty pageant journey to Bollywood film industry days, fans have always seen them both as competitors. However, the two ladies have never spilled any beans about the alleged competition rumors and had maintained silence.
Though the two crossed their ways at a reception bash at Nita Ambani's after a decade. Nita and Mukesh Ambani had thrown a lavish reception party for newly married Harbhajan Singh and Geeta Basra. All the eyes were on these two, as to what will happen when they will come face to face.
Surprisingly, there was no space for cold emotions, the actresses hit-of like never before, they exchanged a warm hug, smiles, and laughed their hearts out together. Sushmita also shared a glimpse of their happy moment on her Twitter account by posting a picture and wrote, "2 decades of a fairytale, V celebrate it all!! Beauty ahs no rivalry..it gives, glow n grows Red heart face throwing kiss smiling face with halo cheers b'ful."
Even in an old video with Wildfilmsindia, Sushmita had spoken openly about her equation with Aishwarya, according to the reports, the actress stated, they never had enough time to be enemies, rivals, or friends. They always knew each other from distance, they did their jobs and they did it well.