Thursday, August 9, 2007

Aishwarya's wax model in New York's Madamme Tussauds on Aug 15

A wax model of actress Aishwarya Rai, the global face of Indian film industry, will open to public view at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum in Time Square, New York on Aug 15, when India celebrates 60th year of independence.

"The unveiling ceremony will feature a 15-minute performance by Bollywood dance group from the city," said Rosemary Preta, director of marketing of the museum.

Aishwarya's model will be placed in the Opening Night Party section of the museum.

The museum has borrowed the model for six weeks from the parent Madame Tussauds in London.

The life-like sari-clad waxwork was unveiled there in 2004, timed with the release of Aishwarya's first international film, Bride and Prejudice, directed by London-based Gurinder Chadha.

1 comment:

chandu said...

The beautiful Taj is the pictorial rep of India, Aish is the pictorial rep of all over the world. No one is as beautiful as her.