Aishwarya Rai 'mam' clicks selfies with Ponniyin Selvan co-star, fans call him 'lucky boy'
Aishwarya Rai's co-star from Ponniyin Selvan, Raaghavan Murugan has shared a bunch of selfies with her on Instagram.
Aishwarya Rai's co-star from her upcoming film, Ponniyin Selvan, has shared a bunch of selfies with the actor. Raaghavan Murugan took to Instagram to share the post and talked about his experience working with her.
"With @aishwaryaraibachchan_arb mam at the break of #ponniyinselvan shoot and that was a great experience acting with her. #ps1," Raaghavan captioned his post. In the photos, Aishwarya is wearing a grey jacket with her hair tied in a slick bun. She is wearing eyeliner and pink lipstick. Raaghavan is seen in a black jacket.
Raaghavan's followers called him lucky to be acting with Aishwarya in the movie. "Omg you have worked with The Superstar the country has ever seen. Kudos," wrote one. "Lucky boy to have pic with Aishwarya Rai mam," wrote another. Others also asked Raaghavan to share details about his role and the movie but he remained tight-lipped.
Earlier this week, Aishwarya, her husband, actor Abhishek Bachchan and their daughter Aaradhya met her co-star Sarath Kumar at his home. His daughter, Varalaxmi Sarathkumar took to Instagram to share photos from the get-together.
"Met 3 of the warmest and most humble people last night.. none other than the gorgeous @aishwaryaraibachchan_arb the handsome hunk @bachchan and their sweetest daughter #aaradhyabachchan Despite the families and lineage that they hail from, their humility and warmth was so amazing, I was just overwhelmed with their love.!!! It was so sweet of you to meet us and spend time with us.. may god shower all his blessings on your family.!!! Thank you daddy for making this happen @r_sarath_kumar I think @poojasarathkumar is still recovering from the shock.!!! Hahah #fangirl," Varalaxmi wrote with the post.
Ponniyin Selvan is directed by Mani Ratnam, who has worked with Aishwarya multiple times in the past. It is based on Kalki Krishnamurthy's 1955 novel of the same name.