Aishwarya Rai is happily married to Abhishek Bachchan, but she must be cursing herself for dating Salman Khan and Vivek Oberoi in the past, ‘coz both of her ex-es don’t let her stay in peace by always digging the skeletons of her past in an unfavorable way.
While Salman in a recent interview insisted that he never hit Ash and if he would have done the same Ash wouldn’t survive to see the day. Vivek talked about plastic Aishwarya who made her do all sort of things and then called him immature.
While Aishwarya is mum about this recent outbursts from her ex-lovers, a buddy of Ash says, “We feel what Mr Khan and Mr Oberoi are doing is very ungentlemanly. It’s unchivalrous to talk about any lady who has moved on to a new phase in her life. It is especially wrong when the lady is very happily married. Her life revolves around her two families now. What happened in the past is done and over with.”
Why bring her name up unnecessarily and that too in contexts that have long lost their validity? Vivek said on a talk show on Sunday that he had held the infamous press conference against Salman to please Aishwarya. Let me tell you, Aishwarya wasn’t even aware that he was going to hold the press conference. When she got to know about it, she was horrified. Vivek is an adult and he should take responsibility for his actions. Why blame Aishwarya if his career didn’t take off. Do these two men realize how much her career suffered? She lost so many films because of her past associations.”
The friend also revealed how Ash literally cried due to these false allegations by her ex-es, “At the moment, Aishwarya is working on two of her most difficult and challenging roles in Raavana and Guzaarish. The last thing she needs is rude distractions from the past. On Sunday, she was so upset she could hardly control her tears on the sets of Guzaarish. All she kept saying is, ‘I’m living my life the way I want. I wish others would do the same. Just let me be.”
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