Ash visits Ajmer Dargah and Pushkar Temple

Ash’s last solo film Umrao Jaan opposite beau Abhishek Bachchan may have sunk at the box-office but the actress revived herself with Dhoom 2 opposite Hrithik Roshan where she was seen in a whole new avatar and her lip lock with Hrithik created quite a stir. Ash is now looking forward to her film Guru, early next year once again opposite Abhishek. Ash’s personal life too seems to be going great, as she and Abhi have been spotted together along with the Bachchan family on several public occasions. In fact the rumours of their impending marriage early next year still seem to be going strong. Ash has recently been spotted at a Dargah and even a Temple, in all probability praying for a successful 2007.
Ash first made a visit to the Khawaja Moinudeen Chisti Dargah in Ajmer along with her mother. The actress made a quite entry, prayed for a few minutes in silence and made a hasty exit. However while at the Dargah she also offered a chaddar. Ash was dressed in casual clothes, a pair of black denims, a shirt and a head scarf that she wore while in the Dargah. Ash managed to stay at the Dargah for around ten minutes, but she did not attract much attention. Later Ash also went to the Brahma Temple, which is about 10 kms away in Pushkar. Unfortunately at the temple, many people recognized the actress and wanted to get up close and talk to the actress. According to a few sources there were huge crowds gathered to the see the actress after she emerged from the temple.

Sources also claim that Ash’s bodyguards had to shove and push a lot of people who were trying to get a glimpse of the actress, which led to the guards getting into a minor scuffle with a few priests from the temple who tried to intervene. However soon the local police managed to get the situation under control and kept the crowds in check. Ash was in no mood to answer the media about her relationship with Abhishek and ignored the questions. However she said “Whatever city I visit, I go to temples or religious places for prayers.”