Parineeti Chopra or Aditi Rao Hydari: Who wore a lehenga skirt better?
Bhoomi box bureau collection day 3: Sanjay Dutt’s film earns Rs 7.48 crore
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It is Aditi Rao Hydari’s 31st birthday today! This Padmavati actor done her entrance in Bollywood with a ancillary purpose in Sonam Kapoor and Abhishek Bachchan starrer Delhi 6 in 2009 and has been on a hurl ever since. Aditi gained recognition with her roles in films like Fitoor, Yeh Saali Zindagi and Rockstar. She was final seen personification Sanjay Dutt’s daughter in a punish play Bhoomi though only like many of a other projects, it unsuccessful to stir fans during a box office. But there is no doubt that Aditi’s opening has stood out in all of a films that she has selected to act in. Here are some engaging contribution that we need to know on a star’s birthday:
1. Royal connections
Aditi’s good grandfather was Akbar Hydari, a Prime Minister of Hyderabad state before autonomy and she is also a grandniece of Muhammad Saleh Akbar Hydari, a former Governor of Assam.
2. Marriage Woes
Aditi was married to Satyadeep Mishra, a former Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax and Indian Revenue Service Officer during a age of 21. After denying their propinquity for a integrate of years, Aditi recently suggested in an talk that they are distant now.
3. Kiran Rao’s cousin
Yes, Aditi Rao Hydari is a initial maternal cousin of Aamir Khan’s mom Kiran Rao.
4. Animal Lover
Aditi is lustful of animals. And no, we are not articulate of pets like dogs and cats, Aditi also shares a adore for furious animals like cheetah and python. She is also a partial of PETA and had warranted herself a pretension of ‘daredevil’ on a sets of Murder 3.
5. Professional Dancer
Aditi has been training a pleasing dance form of Bharatnatyam given a proposal age of 6. Her Tamil entrance ‘Sringaram’ saw her in a purpose of a devdasi where Aditi wowed everybody with her fanciful dancing skills. Maybe we will declare a same in Padmavati too!
6. Melodious singer
Aditi debuted as a thespian in her film ‘London, Paris, New York’ conflicting Ali Zaffar with not one though dual songs, ‘Woh Dekhnay Mein’ and ‘Theree Si Zindagi’. Aditi’s mom is a ‘thumri’ thespian and it is pronounced that Aditi schooled singing from her.