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Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai has found her doppelganger in an Iranian model named, Mahlagha Jaberi. The Iranian model has an Instagram account with a decent 2.5 million followers. Both the ladies interestingly have an uncanny resemblance to each other.
Mahlagha has been declared the most beautiful woman of the world after a poll reported on Mensxp, India’s largest lifestyle magazine. Jaberi is 29 and has graced the covers of several publications through her stunning beauty.
Aishwarya Rai is the latest Bollywood celebrity after Jacqueline Fernandez and Anushka Sharma who has found her doppelganger. Rai, unlike Fernandez and Sharma, has not responded to her doppelganger.
On the other hand, Aishwarya’s fans were delighted to discover the doppelganger of the actress, as they took to Twitter to express the excitement.
Aishwarya Rai’s doppelganger is an Iranian Model, Mahlagha Jaberi and the resemblance is uncanny; See Pics pic.twitter.com/j0VByUb5Nl
— Nitish Shekhar (@nitzrulzx412) May 9, 2019
— Roger David (@kunalgrewal993) May 9, 2019
Rai last appeared in film ‘Fanney Khan’ opposite, Rajkumar Rao and Anil Kapoor. As per the latest speculation she is set to star together with her husband Abhishek Bachchan in Mani Ratnam’s latest, however, the actress is yet to confirm the news. Rai has recently joined Instagram where she shares her pictures with her daughter Aradhaya and husband, Abhishek.
The actress will also be seen walking the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival later this month. Recently, Jacqueline Fernandez found her doppelganger in Amanda Cerny who also landed up in Mumbai to meet the actress. Jacqueline and Amanda were seen spending time together in Mumbai.
‘Zero’ actress, Anushka Sharma, also found her doppelganger in American singer Julia Michaels. Michaels sharing the collage of their photos called out Anushka Sharma on Twitter. Anushka responded by retweeting, admitting that they indeed looked alike and joked that she was waiting for the six others to show up, referring to a popular belief that there are at least seven people across the world, for each person, who are identical.