Aishwarya Rai Bachchan looks beyond beautiful in this still from "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil." 

There are many reasons fans are looking forward to Karan Johar's next film, "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil," among them being the star-studded cast, songs, locations and interesting storyline, as apparent from the teasers. But one of the biggest reasons fans can hardly wait for the movie to release is the ever-beautiful depiction of the timeless beauty Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. In the stills from the film and teaser trailer, Bachchan looks beyond stunning.

Check out this gif from the just-released song "Bulleya":

Although the actress made a comeback last year with Sanjay Gupta's "Jazbaa," Johar's upcoming film is where her beauty and grace shines like it did before she took a short sabbatical after becoming a mother. 

Now that Bachchan is back, she looks more stunning than ever. Almost everybody associated with the film has been posting pictures of her during the making of the film. Her makeup artist for the film, Mickey Contractor, recently posted a close-up of the actress, and she looks every bit a diva in the photo.


That's a close up! One more from Ae Dil hai mushkil. @karanjohar @manishmalhotra05

A photo posted by Mickey Contractor (@mickeycontractor) on Sep 16, 2016 at 1:00am PDT

Whether she is sporting long coats, short dresses or figure-hugging ensembles, Bachchan is style personified. Her latest still that was released from the film in which she is seen wearing a long jacket and gray short dress is making fans go crazy.

Bachchan is certainly a timeless beauty and extremely talented actor. Come Diwali, and we will see the magic of Johar unfold on the big screen. Johar has said in various interviews that in the movie, fans will see Bachchan like never before. We believe him and how!

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