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Aishwarya Rai

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Aishwarya Rai, born in India on November 1, 1973, is an Indian film actress. Aishwarya starred in the first film "The Dancing Prince". In 1997, she won the Best Emerging Actress Award at the National Screen Awards in India. In 1998, she starred in the movie "The Kind Lies", playing Jeans. In 1999, with his outstanding performance in "Dancing and Affectionate", he was awarded the National Film Awards in India in one fell swoop. Beginning in 2004, Aishwarya Rai moved to Hollywood in the United States and conquered American audiences through the romantic comedy "Love Is in Love with You". In 2005, she starred in the romance film "Spice Love".

On November 1, 1973, Aishwarya Rai was born in a traditional middle-class family in southern India. His parents were seamen and writers. She has been a good girl with outstanding grades since she was a child, and she planned to be an architect. She studied architecture at university and was a model in her spare time after graduation. Has advertised for many well-known companies. In 1994, Aishwarya Rai won the championship in the "Miss World" beauty pageant held in South Africa; after that, she began filming, and her film debut was "Dance Prince". In 1999, with her outstanding performance in "Dancing Emotions", she was sealed at the National Film Awards in India in one fell swoop.

At the 2003 Cannes Film Festival in France, Aishwarya became India’s first ever international film festival judge. "India Today", "Time Magazine" and other media have found her and asked her to be a cover girl. She has also been featured on the covers of magazines in many countries including Britain, China, Russia, Israel, Italy, Spain and France. "Time Magazine" included her on the list of "Today's 100 Most Influential People in the World", and "Rolling Stone Magazine" selected her as the "Hot Person" of the year. The world-famous Madame Tusso Wax Museum in London made a wax figure for her, making her the first Indian woman to enjoy this honor.

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