New Delhi: A day after her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan turned nine, former Miss World and actor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan on Tuesday shared pictures from Aaradhya’s birthday night.
The ‘Guru’ actor took to Instagram to share pictures of herself with her daughter and her actor husband Abhishek Bachchan. The 47-year-old actor went on to pen down a note expressing her love and gratitude for her “darling angel”.
“HAPPIEST 9th Birthday the ABSOLUTE LOVE OF MY LIFE, MY DARLING ANGEL AARADHYA,” she wrote in the caption.
“I LOVE YOU Eternally, Infinitely and UNCONDITIONALLY…Forever and Beyond… GOD BLESS YOU and I thank God every breath I take for YOU in my life, Love, Love LOVE YOU,” she added.
Earlier on Monday, Aaradhya’s grandfather and superstar Amitabh Bachchan had also marked her birthday with a special birthday note.
A day before, the megastar shared a heartfelt post on the social media accounts, celebrating her granddaughter Aaradhya Bachchan’s birthday.
On Monday he shared a motivational post for his fans. Penning down his Monday morning thought, the star wrote, ‘I stand and become the eternal GONGOOZLER’.
The 78-year old star, who is one of the most active stars on social media, penned an inspirational quote over the photo-sharing platforms, with a black and white picture of him. “… and I stand and become the eternal GONGOOZLER … the MET in NYC says its ‘an idle and inquisitive person who stands staring for prolonged periods at anything out of the common ‘,” wrote Big B.
In the post shared on the micro-blogging site, senior Bachchan is referring to himself as a ‘Gongoozler’, which means a ‘spectator’, the one who observes.
The ‘Don’ star, in the black and white picture, is donning an elegant indo-western blazer. The ‘Pink’ actor shared the same post on his official blog page ‘Srbachchan’too, which is being followed by more than 27 million people.
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