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Her off-screen roles include duties as a brand ambassador for several charity organisations and campaigns.
She is a Goodwill Ambassador for the Joint United Nations Programme on AIDS (UNAIDS).
A commercial success, the film earned Rai praise for her acting and dancing skills.
However, for the latter, she won a Screen Award for Best Female Debut.
In the 1998 big-budget Tamil romantic drama Jeans directed by S.
Film critic Sukanya Verma praised Rai's decision to star in the film and added that she "conveys the turmoil and pain of a rape victim well.
But it is her transition from an emotional wreck trying to gather the broken pieces of her life back together that is amazing." Following a leading role in the box-office flop Dhai Akshar Prem Ke, Rai took on a supporting role in Aditya Chopra's ensemble romance Mohabbatein.
The single line – "Hi, I'm Sanjana," of her dialogue in the commercial made her instantly famous.
In the 1994 Miss India pageant, she won second place, behind Sushmita Sen, and was crowned Miss India World, also winning five other sub-titles, "Miss Catwalk", "Miss Miraculous", "Miss Photogenic", "Miss Perfect Ten" and "Miss Popular".
The Movie praised Rai's performance over her co-actors and noted, "Rai, in a luminous, award-winning performance (largely considered her big dramatic breakthrough—and justifiably so), fills in the conflicted emotional shades that Khan fails to bring with his one-dimensional presence".
A reviewer for Rediff praised her acting and dancing prowess in it and wrote that "Taal will again enhance her reputation as an actress while in no way detracting from her image as a traffic-stopper".
She played the main protagonist Nandini, a Gujarati woman who is forced into wedlock (with Devgan's character) despite being in love with another man (played by Khan).
Bhansali cast Rai after he met her at the screening of a film and was impressed with her eyes.