A video of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan’s only daughter Aaradhya is doing around on the internet. For her school’s Republic Day function, the 10-year-old is seen performing on ‘Saare Jahaan Se Accha’ and AR Rahman’s rendition of ‘Vande Mataram.’ Dhirubhai Ambani International School is where Aaradhya studies. Her outfit in the video is a white salwaar-kameez with an orange dupatta. She is shown standing in front of the Indian National Flag, looking like a little Aishwarya Rai.
Aaradhya received a flood of positive feedback from Aishwarya’s admirers when the video went viral. “She’s just like her beautiful mother,” one fan remarked, while another added, “the future of heritage.” Some on the internet also point out the resemblance between her and K-pop star Lisa, who is a member of the band BLACKPINK. “I mean the way she resembles Lisa from BLACKPINK is terrifying!!! So pretty!” one user commented, while another called her a ‘carbon copy of Lisa’. One wrote, “She should meet Lisa once in her life… People say there are 7 faces in the world who look alike.”
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Aishwarya and Abhishek are frequently spotted on social media sharing videos and images of their daughter Aaradhya. Abhishek once expressed gratitude to Aishwarya for teaching Aaradhya Indian values on a reality show.
Earlier in an interview with Siddharth Kannan, Abhishek said that Aaradhya has learnt to take the paparazzi attention and Aishwarya has ‘trained her nicely’. “She made Aaradhya very aware of the family that she came from, from when she was a newborn baby. She knows that her dada and dadi (Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan), and her mom and dad are both actors, and that we’re very privileged and that we enjoy the love and respect of so many millions, and that you have to learn to respect that and appreciate that, and thank God for it. She’s fine, she’s very normal about these things. She sees our films, and enjoys them,” he said.
In 2007, Aishwarya and Abhishek married. In 2011, they welcomed Aaradhya into their lives.