It was a packed auditorium that greeted Aishwarya Rai Bachchan at the trailer launch of her comeback film, ‘Jazbaa’ in Mumbai on Tuesday (August 25).
Dressed in all black, stunning Aishwarya took centerstage at the event as shutterbugs scrambled to capture every move of the former beauty queen, who is back in the film circuit after a long break taken post the birth of daughter Aaradhya.
While the buzz in the air was palpable, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was modest enough in expressing that she doesn’t view the film as her comeback vehicle and neither does she look upon her break from the industry as absence.
“I don’t see or feel that I have been absent. All working women will agree that time flies by and I have also not dwelt on this movie as my comeback vehicle, ” said Aishwarya.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan also refused to see Jazbaa as a women-centric films.
“We don’t compartmentalise a film into male or female centric film. We take up a film to engage in storytelling and to bring that story before the audience. I think the viewers too don’t see it as male or female centric. They see it as a film and it will work if it has a great story.”