Aishwarya Rai features on the cover of Vogue India’s April issue.
Aishwarya Rai features on the cover of Vogue India’s April issue.

Loved Aishwarya Rai’s magazine cover shoot with Pharrell Williams? Here are more pics

Aishwarya Rai and Pharrell Williams struck some mean poses for Vogue’s April issue. We bring you all of them.
Hindustan Times | By HT Correspondent, New Delhi
UPDATED ON APR 04, 2018 05:18 PM IST

Tuesday was a good day for Aishwarya Rai fans as it brought along pictures of her on the cover of Vogue magazine with singer Pharrell Williams. Following in its footsteps, Wednesday has also come bearing gifts.

Vogue India shared a few more, very stylish new pictures from their Aishwarya Rai-Pharrell Williams cover story in the April issue of the magazine. In the new photos, the actor and the singer are seen striking more glamourous poses on a slim bench, on a chest of drawers, in studded jackets, in ripped leggings, in big trench coats and in green sweats.

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Check them out:

Aishwarya and Pharrell feature together on the cover of this month’s Vogue. Last month’s cover featured reality star Kim Kardashian.

Talking about how she manages her time between caring for her daughter and movies, she said, “I spend all my time with Aaradhya, and I have one nanny, by choice. I read comments saying, ‘Ah, she must have an army of help’ and I understand the perception, but I choose this way, which means life is always busy. I respect homemakers for the endless work they do. As far as downtime goes, it’s about perspective—if you believe you’re tired, you will be, so I choose to find pleasure in the moment and experience the present for what it is.”

She will be seen next with Anil Kapoor in Fanne Khan and has been approached for the remake of Woh Kaun Thi.

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The 44-year-old singer was in India to celebrate Holi as well as launch a collection of shoes and clothes inspired by the festival. He spoke to Vogue about views on music and life and how he was not interested in running for President. “I’m no role model. I’m just an advisor - that’s why as a producer I’m able to push people in certain directions to find a uniqueness in their voice, their intentions and their purpose - that’s my job,” Williams said.

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