Aishwarya Rai’s baby is a quick learner

Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan’s little baby Aardhya Bachchan is growing up very fast. Not just her height, but little Aaradhya’s mind is pretty sharp for her age too. She is only 16 months old but is a quick learner.

Apparently, mommy Aishwarya Rai is busy giving her baby some home education. Recently, the actress was over heard telling her friends that her daughter can now recite the famous ‘Gayatri Mantra’ fluently.

At a recent event, a source was quoted as telling a tabloid, “Aaradhya can not only recite numbers from 1-10 and alphabet from A-Z, she has learnt to say the whole Gayatri Mantra as well.”

Just to recollect, actor Abhishek Bachchan had said in an interview earlier that his daughter was free to choose her own career and that he would never force anything upon her.

“Talking about my daughter, I think it is completely her (Aaradhya) choice, let her decide her career as and when she wants too.” Abhishek said.

Few months back grandfather Amitabh Bachchan couldn’t stop gushing how Aaradhya could operate iPad on her own. “Aaradhya turns on the iPad to her favorite nursery rhythms programme all by herself… picks up remotes wherever she can see one and points it to the TV in a pretense to put it on,” Amitabh wrote on his blog.

6 thoughts on “Aishwarya Rai’s baby is a quick learner

  1. Come on, she’s only 16 months, I’ve come across some smart kids, but I think this article is pushing it a bit. I think at her age she only knows to talk baby language, and nothing more.

  2. Soo all this page trying to do is make Aish wrong!!! writer of this blog must be full of crap, ugly tha’s why he/she can’t stand beauty like Aish:)

  3. Uhmmmmm…..this is called “normal”. Kids have a natural affinity for electronics like the iPad and are like sponges at learning numbers, letters etc. which is also why Indian parents should get out of the habit of taking their little ones to the grown up cinema. Maybe Indian parents aren’t as aware because they are too busy making money and celebrating western holidays.

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