On Tuesday 19 February, Aishwarya Rai paraded in black attire at Mumbai Airport. Now it is her turn in Doha, Qatar, where she is to take part in Doha Jewelry and Watches Show 2019. Currently, Ash is displaying herself in leading celebrity fashion designer Manish Malhotra’s red bridal costume, which he himself captioned “Beautiful and Radiant in RED.”
Beauty parade is not new to Aishwarya Rai. But converting a usual entry to airport into catwalk is her speciality. Yesterday – Tuesday 19th February 2019 – on her way to Doha, Qatar, to participate in opening ceremony of Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition 2019, she reached Mumbai airport. On her way to catch special Qatar Airways Flight to Doha she made the great show of herself. It is a lesson to budding stars how to display themself in public eye.
Though Aishwarya is limited herself in number of movies or stages where she show her presence. She looks so beautiful in otherwise an ordinary black outfit. It was a common black satin blouse with lace, same black leggins and black boots. But what added the attractiveness is geometric patterned topcoat colored in red, pink and orange. Holding a handbag in red and brown.
Qatar Airways in a statement communicate that it will fly Indian beauty queen AIshwarya Rai to Doha to take part in gala opening this year’s Doha Jewellery & Watches Exhibition 2019, Qatar. This show about held 20 ~ 25 February. DJWE held at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center, where global brands exhibit their prestigious finest work, special editions and unique pieces of jewels and precious stone collection to visitors, mostly global visitors.
Doha hosted Aishwarya Rai many times, including last years Fashion Weekend International in Qatar, in which beauty queen participated with darling daughter Aaradhya Bachan.
Qatar Airways is delighted according to its CEO Akbar al-Baker. He also quoted “As official partner of DJWE, we bringing Aishwarya Rai Bachan and many high-profile guests to Doha for this prestigious event.”
Striking star studded show of the closing ceremony of 18th Commonwealth Games n Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia, had Indian beauty queen Aishwarya Rai’s performance as ‘jewel in the crown.’
Aishwarya Rai spent hours of flight time to reach Melbourne, Australia to take part in practicing sessions with hundreds of dancers. The show elaborates how much hard she has infused. The show was such a spectacular and breathtaking song and dance presentation. The sporting event held for 11 days, glorified by participating athletes of 4,500 from 71 countries.
After Olympics, the Commonwealth Games is the second largest sporting event is first staged as British Empire Games in the year 1930. Then later on it went under many changes to today’s level multi sport event which inducted equal number of women and men. The previous host of this event was held in 2002 at Manchester, England.
The concluding day events are budgeted A$1.1 billion (US$827 million) to showcase of participating 71 countries cultures as well as next hosting country’s heritage as well. The 19th Commonwealth Games planned to be held in New Delhi, capital of India.
Thus New Delhi premier Ms Sheila Dikshit also present to receive the Commonwealth Games Federation flag from Steve Bracks, Premier of the Australian state of Victoria.
See you all in 19th Commonwealth Games at New Delhi in 2010!
Aishwarya Rai is agreed to perform a dance ballet in Melbourne Commonwealth Games closing ceremony later this month.
According to the news, Aishwarya Rai will be performing along with other Bollywood stars Saif Ali Khan, Rani Mukerji, Lara Dutta and Priyanka Chopra.
900 strong performers from India will be participating in the cultural contingent at the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games.
Singers Sonu Nigam, Sunidhi Chauhan, Shreya Ghoshal, Blaaze, choreographer Shiamak Davar, percussion maestros Taufiq Qureshi and ‘Drums’ Sivamani will give live performances in the cultural extravaganza planned and a tribute to Yoga by Actress and dancer Isha Sharvani.
Aishwarya Rai Dance will be the final event of the show.