Now, the 'Slam Book' is something that young girls reportedly keep to jot down their feelings or make daily notes about their lives.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is back under the spotlight with her latest movie Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, which also stars Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Fawad Khan, about to release (Diwali). The reason? A social media storm was raging Monday night with Aishwarya’s ‘remarks’ driving the interest in the matter skyhigh. Purportedly, it had all to do with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan ‘Slam Book’ page that went viral on Twitter.
Now, the ‘Slam Book’ is something that young girls reportedly keep to jot down their feelings or make daily notes about their lives. And here on the social network was the 42-year-old Aishwarya’s ‘Slam Book’ and it was quite a rage with her fan clubs circulating the same, creating a late night frenzy.
— ミ★Aishwarya Rai FB★彡 (@AishwaryaRaiFB) September 26, 2016
With the interest in the matter skyrocketing, some intrepid souls went ahead and revealed that the Slam Book was not really the whole truth! In fact, it was not really a page from any ‘slam book’ Aishwarya may have kept. This one in fact came from a media source. It was the creation of Stardust magazine in which the correspondent had asked the actress some personal questions and she had answered in a flippant, even ‘teenagerish’ manner and was meant for the ‘Favourite Things’ page, a long, long time ago – the magazine feature was taken when Aishwarya was new to the industry.
The Aishwarya Slam Book as such featured not just her in various editions, it also featured a number of other actors and actresses over a considerable period of time. Be that as it may, the questions and answers were what drew the interest of the fans and others. Check these out:
On her ‘biggest asset’ Aishwarya Rai said: “Genuineness. (Nothing about me is plastic).”
On love, Aishwarya Rai, answered, “idea of being in love, being in love and love.”
On what kind of man will turn her on, Aishwarya Rai revealed she’d be turned on “by the one who’ll lead me to ‘the light’, even in the dark.”