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Aishwarya Rai will undergo surgery soon: She reached the red carpet of Cannes Film Festival with a broken hand, even after returning to Mumbai a bandage was seen on her hand.

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Aishwarya Rai Bachchan is in the headlines these days for being a part of the Cannes Film Festival. Aishwarya's look when she reached the red carpet is in discussion, however, along with her look, the bandage tied on her hand also attracted a lot of people's attention. Now if the latest reports are to be believed, Aishwarya will get her wrist surgery done after returning from Cannes Film Festival.

According to a recent Hindustan Times report, Aishwarya Rai is to undergo surgery on her right wrist. A few weeks ago Aishwarya's wrist was broken. Despite this, she accepted the invitation to go to Cannes and became a part of the festival with full preparation. Aishwarya Rai was seen with a bandage on her hand at the Cannes Film Festival. The report has quoted a source as saying, Aishwarya Rai's surgery will take place next week.

Aishwarya returned to Mumbai with daughter Aaradhya

After being a part of the Cannes Film Festival for two days, Aishwarya Rai has returned to Mumbai with daughter Aaradhya. He was spotted at Mumbai airport on Sunday. Even in the airport, the arm brace on Aishwarya's hand was clearly visible.

Aishwarya's red carpet look was in discussion

Like every year, this year too Aishwarya Rai became a part of Cannes Film Festival 2024. Aishwarya's two looks were revealed from the red carpet of the festival's gala event. On the first day she wore a Falguni & Shane Peacock gown. Aishwarya's look in black and white gown with golden detailing was much liked.

The next day at the Cannes Film Festival, she wore a silver and turquoise blue trail gown. Aishwarya's look in minimal jewelery and open hair was in discussion. Let us tell you that Aishwarya Rai has been a part of the Cannes Film Festival since 2002.

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