After a lot of waiting, the Bollywood queen, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan finally made her debut on the photo-video sharing app, Instagram earlier this month. The actress joined the social media bandwagon by the username ‘aishwaryaraibachchan_arb’ on 11 May 2018 and ever since that day she has been regularly posting something or the other on her account.

Earlier today, the actress took it to her Instagram account to share a throwback picture of hers with her mother, wishing her a ‘Happy Birthday’. Along with the picture, the actress wrote a sweet birthday message that read, “I LOVE YOUYOU ARE…therefore i am…HAPPY HAAAPPPYYY BIRTHDAY MY ETERNALLY PRECIOUS MOMMYYY darliiinng.”

Check out the picture right here:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BjHBtSElXbu/?utm_source=ig_embed

Well, that’s indeed an adorable picture of the mommy-daughter duo!

Coming back to Aishwarya, the beautiful lady recently appeared at the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival 2018 and yet again proved that she’s the style goddess of the Bollywood industry.

In a recent interview (on the sidelines of Cannes 2018), Aishwarya expressed her views on the importance of not judging each other on the basis of their appearance. The actress said, “Grooming has been a part of our culture since the beginning, both for men and women. Everybody grooms themselves but to what degree depends up on the individual. First, we need to free ourselves of judging each other. Someone did more then it’s his or her choice, and if someone did less then that’s also their choice. I don’t think either side should be judged. We, as women, need to stop judging each other in a sense that if you put make-up that doesn’t mean you don’t have brains, it doesn’t mean you lack in substance, it does not mean that you are not sensitive or compassionate.”

She further added, “Since the beginning, through media interviews, the audience has got to know about my real personality, my beliefs, my choices. I didn’t get judged on the basis of my looks. I do believe, however, that I could have got bracketed or slotted had my audience not known how I am off screen. Also, look at the choices I made in my career. I worked with people like Mani Ratnam, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Aditya Chopra… So, that helped too. You think these people would work with me because of my looks? I am sure they are intelligent enough to not risk their films with my face. They must have seen something in me.”