Thursday, April 12, 2007

Sathya Saran Says Aishwarya Rai-Abhishek Bachchan Marriage Will Be Successful

Many people have already joined in talking about the Aishwarya Ria and Abhishek Bachchan as the couple to be married on the 20th of April. I think much have been written on this matter yet. Some think that Aishwarya-Abhishek would be a successful couple in their married life and in the same way; some people are do not think them as a good chemistry.

Sathya Saran, the former editor of Femina, thinks that the couple would be successful in their married life. Sathya knows Aishwarya Rai since her winning Femina Miss India 1994. In the same year, Aishwarya Rai also won the Miss World 1994. Sathya has recently talked about Aishwarya Rai including her personality, acting and maturity grown year after year. Rediff reported:

When she won the Miss World title, she came to the Times (Times Of India) office and gave each person with whom she had interacted, a small present and a handwritten 'thank you' note.

I remember someone wanted her to do a campaign for eye donation. I picked up the phone and asked her if she could do it and she agreed immediately. She didn't even take money.

As for her having an attitude, I think it depends on who talks to her. If you approach her with preconceived notions, she is going to react -- anyone in her place would do that. But if you talk to her about a relevant subject -- like if you are doing an interview of a certain movie and you ask her about the film -- she will answer intelligently. She is a very intelligent woman.

It's been a year and a half since I met her. Now, when I look at her, I see a certain maturity. She has grown on screen as well as off screen.

She needs a good director to make her even better. I have seen her in movies like Raincoat, and more recently in Guru, where she was very good. I also loved her in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and thought the progression of her character was brilliantly done.

As for her pairing with Abhishek, I think they have a good chemistry. During their first movie together Dhaai Akshar Prem Ke (in 2000), he was very shy. She kept teasing and ragging him. It was all very friendly -- more like 'I am a star and I am helping you become one' kind of camaraderie.

I also think that Ash-Abhi would be a successful couple in their married life. Now, the question is that if Aishwarya Rai will continue acting in Bollywood.