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Aishwarya celebrated her father’s birthday uniquely with daughter Aardhya

Aishwarya celebrated her father’s birthday uniquely with daughter Aardhya

First it was daughter Aaradhya Bachchan’s grand 6th birthday and now  Aishwarya Rai Bachchan celebrated her father Krishnaraj Rai’s birth anniversary in Mumbai yesterday.

Krishnaraj Rai who passed away on March 18, 2017 due to prolonged illness, was remembered in a unique way. Like a dotted daughter  Aishwarya makes it a point to celebrate the special day in a special way . Aishwarya visited an international charity Smile Train with Aaradhya and mother Brindya Rai. The charity provides free cleft lip and palate surgery to children in need. From cutting cake to giving away gifts, the mother-daughter duo Aishwarya and Aaradhya looked happy all the way.

It is a known fact that the gorgeous actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has been very close to her family and has been giving them uttermost importance. A doting daughter, mother, wife and a bahu Aishwarya has been an ideal for many and also at the same time set an example to become a humble person through her social activities.

Continuing her legacy of doing something exceptionally well for the world, the actress has decided to celebrate her late father Krishnaraj Rai’s birth anniversary (November 20) in a special way by donating free surgeries to 100 children born with cleft lips and palates through Smile Train India and announce the day as ‘Day of Smiles’ to celebrate a day of joy and cheer.

As Smile Train’s Global Goodwill Ambassador, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has been supporting the international cleft charity for the last 9 years, and through The Aishwarya Rai Foundation, her father, Late Mr. Krishnaraj Rai had supported cleft lip and palate surgeries for 100 children in 2014. On 20th November, the kind actress will be visiting the suburban hospital in Mumbai with her mother Vrinda Rai and her adorable daughter, Aaradhya Bachchan to spent time with cleft patients and encouraged the children to live fuller lives and pursue their dreams.

“Honouring the Memory of my Father, Mr. Krishnaraj Rai’s Love for children and his firm belief that all children must have a life of good health and education, Smile Train has so graciously declared the 20th of November, his birthday as the “DAY OF SMILES”….I am very humbled and we thank you for your kind generosity. Nothing would please us more than to help children find true reason to smile and lead happy and healthy and fulfilled lives. God Bless” She concludes.

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