Aishwarya would love to work in Marathi film
Having started her career with the Tamil film, Iruvar (1997), Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (above) does not consider language an obstacle to doing good films. The actor, who recently attended the music launch of Vikram Phadnis’ directorial debut, Hrudayantar, said that she’s open to working in Marathi films as well.
“I am an actor and it doesn’t matter in which language the film is made or by whom it is made,” she said, adding, “I have carved my own journey. I would love to work in a Marathi film, just like any other film, as long as the script excites me. I may not speak Marathi fluently but I understand it.”
She also added that Phadnis had wanted to make the film 10 years ago. “I think there is a time for everything and I am glad that it’s happening now and that his first film is in his mother tongue,” said Aishwarya, who has acted in films such as Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam (1999) Devdas (2002), and Jazbaa (2015).