No power on earth could convince Aishwarya to assume a negative job. But Mani Ratnam. Despite the fact that there has been no official declaration on it, Mani Ratnam and his preferred entertainer Aishwarya Rai Bachchan—they’ve early worked together on Iruvur, Guru and Raavan—are unquestionably meeting up for the fourth time for a film called Ponniyin Selvan, in Tamil, and this time she’s playing an absolute adversary.
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In spite of the fact that not permitted to discuss it, a source near Aishwarya uncovers that she was so hesitant to go dim, “It isn’t dim. It’s an unmitigated dark character. Aishwarya was not slanted to complete a negative part at this phase of her vocation by any stretch of the imagination. She accepts, and maybe which is all well and good, that as a famous entertainer she has a guide to set to her fans. In a nation blockaded with violations she wouldn’t like to laud antagonism by playing a negative character.”
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Anyway it was Mani Ratnam who persuaded her about the character and her need to play it. “Aishwarya flew down to Chennai to meet her second-most loved executive (after Sanjay Leela Bhansali). He sat her down, portrayed the entire content and clarified why as an on-screen character she should do this. To her second thoughts about what her little girl Aaradhya would think about her Mama playing an ‘awful lady’ Mani guaranteed Aishwarya that Aaradhya would be glad for her mom when she was mature enough to comprehend what acting is about,” says the source.
Clearly this is all the persuading that Aishwarya required. In a prior discussion Aishwarya had said to me. “There are two movie producers I can never say no to Sanjay (Bhansali) and Mani Sir. I began my vocation with Mani’s Iruvar where I needed to play a mind boggling character of a government official and talk in Tamil. I knew nothing about either (legislative issues or the Tamil language). Be that as it may, he had confidence in me. That is the thing that gave me the mental fortitude to pull out all the stops.