Aamir Khan-Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in Karan Johar's next
New Delhi: Aishwarya Rai after almost four years break is on a project signing spree and now the one she has signed is with Karan Johar. But hold on. That not all. Another report following it is Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan will be starring opposite the Bachchan Bahu.
Yes, the trio of Aishwarya, Aamir and Karan, is never seen in any film before and this will be their first association together. Neither Aishwarya, Aamir have worked together nor do any of them have themselves associated with the filmmaker before.
The leading daily quoted a source as saying, “Aishwarya has never worked with Dharma Productions. She was supposed to do Dostana. But then she felt that the audiences would not accept her walking away with another man (Bobby Deol) when Abhishek was courting her in the film.”
Couple of months back, speculation was rife that Aamir Khan has been roped in by the director-producer for a drama and during that time it was rumored that Mr Perfectionist is contemplating over the much delayed ‘Shuddi', however, later it was denied after Karan himself rubbished the reports declaring that it's Salman Khan who will be play the lead role in that movie.
Despite that one thing was certain that Aamir Khan will join the Dharma Production, it doesn't matter if it's for another project. On the other hand, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan who recently rang her 41st birthday invited Karan Johar among others for celebration and may be on that occasion the proposal was made by him to Aish.
The blue-eyed actress in recent interviews has been maintaining that she has numerous projects in her kitty apart from Sanjay Gupta's ‘Jazbaa' which is officially declared.
Believe it or not, Karan Johar's next is also in her pipeline. A leading daily confirming the news of this odd pair wrote, “Aamir and Aishwarya have never been together except for one scene in Dharmesh Darshan's Mela.
Well, we couldn't expect anything bigger than that. It's surely going to be one of the most successful trios in Bollywood. Let's hope for the best.