Who says women-oriented films are a recent trend. Remember Sharmila Tagore and Rajesh Khanna's 'Aradhana'. And who can play Sharmila's character better than Aishwarya in a remake.
Bollywood actress Nutan's 1963 film 'Bandini' revolves around the sacrifices made by a young woman during the Indian independence struggle. Aishwarya is best suited for the remake of 'Bandini'.
Julia Roberts played an unemployed single mother of three children in 'Erin Brockovich'. She also won the Oscar award for best actress for the film. New mom Aishwarya is just perfect for its Indian remake.
After the success of 'Jodhaa Akbar', Aishwarya Rai should consider the remake of 'Mughal-e-Azam'. Only she can match Madhubala's screen presence.
Aishwarya Rai, who turns a year older on November 1, was last seen in 'Guzaarish' in 2010. As remakes are the hottest thing in Bollywood these days, take a look at the best comeback options for her......Remake of 'Mother India' with Ash in lead, sounds interesting.
2001 film 'Bridget Jones's Diary' is the story of a single woman, in her thirties and conscious about her weight. An Indian version of the film can work for Ash's career.
Only Aishwarya Rai can recreate the magic of Waheeda Rehman's 1965 film 'Guide', in which she was cast opposite Dev Anand.
As being reported, Yash Raj Films is considering a reamke of their hit film 'Silsila'. Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan are best suited for the film.
Thanks to 'Astitva', which revolves around extramarital affairs, Tabu earned loads of praises from critics. A film like this can work wonders for Aishwarya's career.
Bollywood filmmakers should start thinking about a remake of Guru Dutt's classic film 'Kaagaz Ke Phool'. Do you think Aishwarya can play Waheeda Rehman's character in the film?