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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan celebrates mom's birthday with Aaradhya, fans send well wishes after arm injury

Updated on: 24 May,2024 12:49 PM IST  |  Mumbai
Written by: Tuhina Upadhyay |

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan took to Instagram to celebrate her mother's birthday. The pictures are too adorable to miss!

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan celebrates mom's birthday with Aaradhya, fans send well wishes after arm injury

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan with her mother and Aaradhya!

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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan celebrates mom's birthday with Aaradhya, fans send well wishes after arm injury

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who recently attended Cannes with her daughter Aaradhya, shared photos from her mother Brinda Rai’s birthday celebration on social media.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan celebrates mom's birthday

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In the Instagram pictures, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Aaradhya are celebrating Brinda’s birthday. Both mother and daughter wore matching black outfits and were all smiles. They also posed for pictures with a photo of Aishwarya’s father, Krishnaraj.

Taking to the photo sharing app, Aishwarya wrote, “✨❤️Love you Birthday girl, dearest Mommy-Doddaaa🥰💖.” See pictures here:

In the photos, Aishwarya is seen with a cast on her arm after an injury, posing with Brinda, Aaradhya, and other family members. After coming back from Cannes and voting in Mumbai earlier this week, Aishwarya reportedly had surgery on her injured arm.

One fan wrote, "Post surgery serve with a winged eyeliner...queen!"

Another user shared, "Hope Aishwarya is fine after surgery. 👏🙌. Also please make a big return to MOVIES."

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan at Cannes 2024

It was just a week ago when Aishwarya made her appearance at the Cannes 2024 red carpet, and the actress opted for a Falguni Shane Peacock black and white gown. The gown matched her hand plaster, turning it into an unexpected accessory, but this look of Aishwarya didn't sit well with netizens, who criticized her. Cut to today, when we were all hoping Aishwarya Rai would redeem herself, she came out in a green and silver tinsel gown with a long train, which has disappointed the internet even more.

This was the second time Aishwarya has walked the Cannes red carpet this year. During her time on the red carpet, the actress posed with Eva Longoria. As soon as Aishwarya's look came out, her disappointed fans started reacting to it.

One user wrote, "Petition to ban her stylist from styling ever again, please. This is horrendous!!!" "Who put her in Christmas decoration?" another fan commented. A third fan wrote, "Aaradhya must be designing these dresses from the look of it." "That Christmas leftover decoration," said another fan.

About Aishwarya Rai at the Cannes Film Festival

Aishwarya made her Cannes debut in 2002 with superstar Shah Rukh Khan and director Sanjay Leela Bhansali for the premiere of their film 'Devdas'. Decked in a yellow saree, her iconic entrance in a chariot is remembered fondly by fans even today.

After making her debut, she became the first Indian actress to be part of the Cannes jury, and ever since then, the actress has been attending the film festival. Over the years, she has served memorable, iconic red carpet moments, making her the undisputed 'Cannes queen'.

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