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Who Is Dr Aishwarya? Kiara Advani’s Lookalike Going Viral On Social Media

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Who Is Dr Aishwarya: The social media personality is being called a lookalike of actor Kiara Advani recently posted a reel on Instagram wherein she recreated Advani’s Shershaah look. She wore the similar shade pink dupatta and earrings and pretty much looked like Dimple Cheema from film Shershaah.

As many followers of Aishwarya think she looks like Advani, they asked her to recreate the Shershaah look. In one of her reels, Aishwarya wrote, “After so many requests to recreate @kiaraaliaadvani look from movie Shershaah. So here it is!! Enjoy!!”

Aishwarya has over 40,000 followers on the social media platform. According to her bio she is a dentist. She also creates different types of content on Instagram. Most of them are about her outfits, make up looks, travel stories and more. In one her reels she talked about how she searched her name on Google and found misinformation about her. She said that she has about 400 followers on her YouTube channel and that is soon turning 27 years old.

Many social media users frequently express their surprise on the resemblance between the instagrammer and the actor Advani. A follower wrote in comments, “Exactly you are looking like Kiara, how you did it.” Someone called her ‘Kiara 2.0’, while another wrote, ” There is no difference between you and her [Kiara Advani].”

Ever since Shershaah released on OTT platform, Kiara Advani’s look in the film has been recreated by several social media users. From little girls to adults, reels showing the pink dupatta and the earrings have been doing rounds on Instagram.

Kiara Advani in her interviews has talked about how she was able to portray the real life personality. She said that she met Dimple Cheema and tried to understand her story. According to Advani, Cheema is an ‘unsung hero’. Talking to PTI, Advani said, “For me, Dimple is an unsung hero, who fought for her love and faced every challenge that came in her personal life with utmost strength.”

She said that through the making of Shershaah, she was able to witness the sacrifices of the army officers’ loved ones. She called them “true pillars of support to the men of the Indian army.”