After the debacle of Madhur Bhandarkar's much hyped movie Heroine, some of his well wishers have shared their views as in what could have saved the movie's fate. It's not only one or two factors, there were several other reasons that turned a curse to Heroine. Many even feel that perhaps Aishwarya Rai Bachchan could have done a better job than Kareena Kapoor in the movie.
It is a known fact that Bhandarkar had unceremoniously dropped Aishwarya from Heroine since the actress was then reported to be pregnant. After this controversy started hitting the headlines, Ash vanished from tinselville as she started preparing for her motherhood phase. That was the time, when Bhandarkar took Kareena on board and then started the filmmaker's high talks and claims about Bebo and the movie.
Heroine released last week, but failed to live up to our expectations. Kareena Kapoor's performance received some praise, but considering how stale the film was, Aishwarya should probably be glad to lay no claim over it. Some even feel that Aaradhya's birth was like a blessing or a 'vardaan' to Aishwarya's career, that could have suffered skirmishes and clashes, if she would have done Heroine.
Ash has wooed the audience with her drop dead gorgeous looks combined with good acting abilities for decades now. Her diva-like charm and enigmatic aura left millions swoon over her. Not only in India, Aishwarya is loved and adored in overseas as well. But, this does not mean that we are here to belittle Kareena. Bebo too has the ability to captivate the viewers with her charm and talent.
Could Aishwarya have saved Heroine's fate?
Well, this is the key question that many has been asking since Heroine's release. Heroine's first look poster with Aishwarya Rai, was released as part of the 64th Cannes Film Festival. Without a doubt, no one could ever deny that Aishwarya just looked heart-stoppingly gorgeous.
But, it's not only about the diva like looks that would work for a movie's success. Here's the question to all our readers, could Ash have done justice to Heroine?