Spectacular Show by Aishwarya Rai at 18th Commonwealth Games

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 dancing with fellow dancer in Commonwealth Games
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Aishwarya Rai Dance evenrAishwarya 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 Glittering Aishwarya adds color to closing ceremony of Commonwealth Games, Melbourne.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.

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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.

Steve Bracks handing Commonwealth Flag to Sheila Dikshit
During the closing ceremony of the 2006 Commonwealth Games, current host Victoria State Premier Mr Steve Bracks passing the flag to 2010 host New Delhi Premier Ms Sheila Dikshit. Image Credit: Getty Images.

See you all in 19th Commonwealth Games at New Delhi in 2010!

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