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I also saw the show and was very disappointed. Aish was trying too hard to impress. Below is an article posted by Mala in the group Kusum_Magic, ENJOY!
Houston: Bollywood star Aishwarya Rai, who is eyeing a career in Hollywood, has said she does not see any reason to move to the United States in the near future.
Appearing on the Emmy winning prestigious 'Late Night with David Letterman' show last night, she said, "actors are like gypsies.
They go where their work takes them. But at this point, I don't see any reason to have a permanent shift of residence to Hollywood."
Attired in a brown leather jacket with a black skirt and boots, Rai, who was seated next to Letterman on stage at the Ed Sullivan Theatre in New York City, looked well rehearsed and confident.
Letterman introduced her as "often called one of the most beautiful women in the world and most famous actress.
She is known by billions of people but is still unknown in America."
Rai chatted comfortably with Letterman about her first English-language movie, 'Bride and Prejudice' which opens in theatres on Friday.
She was ready with witty responses to questions about India and Bollywood. Rai amazed Letterman when she told him she could speak four Indian languages, Hindi, Marathi, Tulu and broken Tamil.
In this show she was again asked the question, "Is it common in India to live with their parents?" which was asked in her recent appearance on CBS's 60 Minutes.
However, this time she shot back with a witty answer, "we don't have to take appointments to have dinner with our parents," which got a lot of audience applause.
When Letterman tried asking her how she got into films, Rai asked "how did you into doing this?" Letterman said, "the other guy was sick one day."
This was Rai's first appearance as a guest on an American late night interview programme.
In January, the actress and former Miss World was profiled on the acclaimed CBS news magazine 60 Minutes with an interview taped in Mumbai.
The Indian fans of Aishwarya here were excited to see her on the tonight show and found her "better on this show than the 60-minutes show a few weeks back. May be due to much less giggling" and better "answers".
However, they were little disappointed with her dress. "She could have looked ravishing in a saree, and would have represented the country as well."
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Her fake accent shows how fake she is. In American interviews she has an American accent. But in Indian interviews it just disappears.
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