Aishwarya, who will be seen with
Abhishek in "Ravana", was in the capital Monday to launch
the Longines PrimaLuna, a new watch range inspired by the moon
Sporting a sleek piece herself that matched with an elaborate
yet elegant black and cream off-shoulder gown, Aishwarya was at
peace talking about her personal life.
whether she would want a daughter or a son, she said: "Come
on...Aren't you like moving at a really fast pace...! Whatever
god has in store for us in life (will come)... Life itself is
a blessing, let alone to have opportunity to be able to bring
a life into this world.
"It's really not in our hands ...it's in god's hands. I
hope I am just blessed with that experience, I am really looking
forward to it and we will certainly cherish it," she added.
Her mother-in-law Jaya Bachchan is a member of the Samajwadi
Party, but Aishwarya is doubtful if she will ever head in that
"Life has been so full - haven't even thought about it (entering
politics). My life is evidently extremely full in terms of the
amount of responsibilities and experiences I am currently having.
"And I believe, anything you take, you have to be able to
commit to and give a lot of yourself to. And I think at this point,
life is full and that's what I am giving (my best) to," she
On the work front, the former beauty queen is busy with big ticket
projects such as Mani Ratnam's "Ravana", Sanjay Leela
Bhansali's "Guzaarish", Rajnikant starrer "Endhiran"
and Vipul Shah's "Action Replay".
The actress is likely to feature as Mumtaz Mahal with acclaimed
Hollywood actor Ben Kingsley in "Taj", which is based
on Taj Mahal.
"After 'The Last Legion', Sir Ben and I were keen to work
together in another project. He has now come with the final draft
and he has just sent it over to me. Once we agree on everything,
we will take the project forward. He will start scouting for the
locations soon," she said.
For now, Aishwarya is looking forward to AB Corp's "Paa",
which features her father-in-law, megastar Amitabh Bachchan, and
Abhishek. The film releases Friday.