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Aishwarya Rai Surprised to See her Fans at Wagah Border

 

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Despite of having enormous confrontation between Pakistan and India Border, Bollywood’s most popular actress “Aishwarya Rai Bachchan” visited the Wagah border, where she met Pakistani people as well, collected magnitude of love and fierce appreciation. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Starring in her latest Film Sarbjit

The former Miss World, has grabbed fierce appreciation from both ends of borders. Wagah Border will be a formal shooting scene for this film.

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Sarbjit is an upcoming Indian biographical drama film directed by Omung Kumar. The film stars Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Randeep Hooda in lead roles, with Richa Chadha and Darshan Kumaar essaying supporting roles in the film. The film will be narrated through the perspective of Sarbjit Singh’s sister Dalbir Kaur played by Aishwarya Rai. The shooting commenced in December 2015 and is slated to release on 20 May 2016.

In an interview with Bollywood Hungama in which she were asked about her fans in Pakistan if she is aware of them, in response she said  “I have experienced it in person when we were shooting at Wagah. It was a surreal experience.”

“We are standing there and the shoot is going on, gates are open, you can see Pakistan and you notice that the people are the same and the love for each other is the same,” she added.

The magnitude of love she received from Pakistani People are extremely tremendous.

Aishwarya also spoke about the similarities the two countries share. “Everybody is shouting across, acknowledging, screaming, giving their love and I am thinking this is so surreal. These are meant to be ‘enemy states’, these are meant to be countries that don’t get along with each other but we are one. And there is the same love and excitement.

“We look alike and we talk alike. We are the same, we have been the same there’s just one line in between.”

Aish disclosed that even the Indian BSF hold a lot of love for their “brothers” across the border. “When I was meeting the BSF, they said our brothers from across the border want to meet you so would you like to cross it and meet this personnel and take a picture.

 

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“You just smile that they have called each other brothers and yet at unfortunate times, they have to literally wield weapons on each other,” she said.

 

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