Right from the baarat's entry to the varmala ceremony, everything is grand, everything is magnified in an Indian wedding. And when the son of India's Shehnshah got married, it redefined Indian weddings in the best way. Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai's wedding was nothing short of a fairy tale. The duo got hitched on 20 April We came across a gorgeous photo of the duo from their post-marriage days and honestly, we can't take our eyes of Aishwarya. She looks gorgeous in a red saree while husband Abhishek looks dapper as ever.
Aishwarya Rai-Abhishek Bachchan love story: From marriage to reactions on divorce rumours
Aishwarya Abhishek Marriage
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is an Indian actress. She has a strong personality and a huge fan base. She has given Bollywood some great movies and her performances in them are excellent. Her husband Abhishek Bachchan is an Indian film actor. He has also produced a lot of films. She cheekily said that the two are still figuring out the fine line between a polite discussion and an argument. Aishwarya and Abhishek have been married for 12 years.
Aishwarya Rai reveals details of her fights with husband Abhishek Bachchan
Back in those days, rumours were rife that Abhishek Bachchan was in a serious relationship with Rani Mukerji and the duo also wanted to tie the knot. However, it was reported that Abhishek's mom, Jaya Bachchan wasn't much pleased with their relationship, hence didn't gave her nod for their wedding! For some reasons, Abhishek didn't continue his relationship with Rani and the duo called it quits!
The couple, blessed with a daughter, Aaradhya seem to have a long-lasting romance that is clearly evident everytime they are snapped in public. While Aishwarya is busy with Sarbjit, Abhishek is shooting for his next multi-starrer Housefull 3. Ahead: A look at the couple's journey together. Aishwarya and Abhishek, who first met on the sets of Dhai Akshar Prem Ke, tied the knot on April 20, at a private ceremony at Bachchan's Juhu residence, Prateeksha. Wedding was held as per the north Indian, Bengali and Tulu traditions.