#Aishwarya Rai Bachchan needs no introduction. She is one #Bollywood actress who took Indian #Cinema global and made everyone take notice of Indian cinema like never before. The 42 year old beautiful actress was honored with the Outstanding Celebrity Woman of the year by Outlook and the magazine also features her on the cover which looks mesmerizing to be the least.

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan looks charismatic on the cover which has been released just round the corner of her release Aye Dil Hai Mushkil which stars Ranbir Kapoor, Fawad Khan and Anushka Sharma too. Aishwarya winning the award makes a lot of sense and she totally deserves it as she has been one Bollywood icon who has broken age old Bollywood stereotypes day in and out.

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She is not just a Bollywood actress who performed extremely well on International cinema as well but also an inspiration for every Miss. Universe contestant by her sheer life journey. Unlike majority of her contemporaries who got married and left Bollywood for settling down in their married life, Aishwarya tackled both her work and personal commitments with poise and perfection. She is an exemplary actress, a caring mother and an inspiration for all.

Though her last Bollywood film Sarabjit did not fair that well at the box office, it did won her a lot of praise for her portrayal of a helpless yet strong sister. Her next movie Aye Dil Hai Mushkil is Karan Johar’s biggest release of 2016 and is already touted as a blockbuster. Aye Dil Hai Mushkil is slated to release on 28th October coinciding with India’s biggest festival that is Diwali. The movie has been creating a lot of buzz with its music, Aishwarya's chemistry with Ranbir and the presence of Pakistani actor Fawad Khan in the same due to the recent inter-border tensions between India and Pakistan.

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All we can say is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan seems to be one Bollywood actress who has become an inspiration to all others and a treat to watch on screen. Congratulations on winning the coveted position in Outlook’s list of Outstanding Women.