When Bachchan 'bahu' Aishwarya Rai danced on the road in public

First Published Jan 14, 2021, 12:33 PM IST

Aishwarya Rai is seen moving in rhythmic heaves to the song Dil Le Gayi Kudi Gujrat Di

<p>We all know Aishwarya Rai is a poised, polished and a no-nonsense person. She is also rarely seen losing herself and dancing at a public event or wedding.</p>

We all know Aishwarya Rai is a poised, polished and a no-nonsense person. She is also rarely seen losing herself and dancing at a public event or wedding.

<p>There is a viral video going around to see the entire Bachchan clan taking part in a wedding ceremony, dancing to Punjabi songs.</p>

There is a viral video going around to see the entire Bachchan clan taking part in a wedding ceremony, dancing to Punjabi songs.

<p>A few pictures from the wedding went viral a few weeks ago, and now this video has taken social media by storm. Aishwarya is seen moving in rhythmic heaves to the song 'Dil Le Gayi Kudi Gujrat Di'.</p>

A few pictures from the wedding went viral a few weeks ago, and now this video has taken social media by storm. Aishwarya is seen moving in rhythmic heaves to the song 'Dil Le Gayi Kudi Gujrat Di'.

<p>The video was shot and posted by someone from the family. Abhishek, Amitabh, Shweta Bachchan and Aaradhya are seen along with the actress.</p>

The video was shot and posted by someone from the family. Abhishek, Amitabh, Shweta Bachchan and Aaradhya are seen along with the actress.

<p>The Bachchans are dressed in their traditional best while they posed candidly for pictures at the ceremony. The actress looked splendid in a bright pink sari which was colour-coordinated with Aaradhya's ghagra choli while Jr Bachchan was seen twinning with his father in beige sherwanis and turbans adorning their heads.</p>

The Bachchans are dressed in their traditional best while they posed candidly for pictures at the ceremony. The actress looked splendid in a bright pink sari which was colour-coordinated with Aaradhya's ghagra choli while Jr Bachchan was seen twinning with his father in beige sherwanis and turbans adorning their heads.

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