I don't fear Madhuri's comeback: Ash
The doe-eyed beauty says she does not fear competition from Bollywood's dancing diva ,who recently staged a comeback with her film Aaja Nach Le, and wishes her all success.entertainment Updated: Dec 19, 2007 20:47 IST
Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who has shared screen space with Madhuri Dixit, says she does not fear competition from Bollywood's dancing diva who recently staged a comeback with her film Aaja Nach Le.
Rai, who had mesmerised audiences in her duet with Dixit in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Devdas, said she did not fear the return of the dancing queen.
"I don't have any kind of fear from her and want to wish her all success," said the former Miss World in New Delhi on Wednesday.
Denying any hand in promoting her husband Abhishek Bachchan in getting a role in a Hollywood film, she said, "I am not promoting him anywhere in Hollywood and this is just a rumour. He is a very good actor and is capable of getting roles by himself."
Rai whose Hollywood venture, Last Legions is all set to hit the theatres early next year also denied any plans of moving to Hollywood.
"I am not shifting my base anywhere and am very much in Bollywood. I have done a lot of Tamil movies and am doing a Hollywood movie but that does not mean that I am going anywhere. I am here to stay," said Rai, who made an entry into films in 1997 with Aur Pyaar Ho Gaya and received critical acclaim for her performance in the Tamil movie Iruvar.
The green-eyed beauty is upbeat about her upcoming period film Jodha Akbar but did not comment on her alleged differences with co-actor Hrithik Roshan.
"This is one of my dream roles. The story is very interesting since it is about a love story between Akbar and his queen, despite their vast cultural and religious differences. It is a very contemplative plot," she said.