Aish­warya would love to work in Marathi film

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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).

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