"These time pieces have so much to tell. I got my first Longines watch in 1999 and I will surely be passing it on. I am sure one day it will have sentimental value. This value is priceless than any value which can be monetarily attached. You have to cherish this," Aishwarya said at a press conference here Wednesday.
A special contest 'Search for the oldest Longines watch' was held a while back and the actress facilitated the winners.
"I was floored by the idea (of the contest). But I had no idea how it would be executed and the logistics of it," said Aishwarya who looked stunning in a black and red lehenga.
Along with this, the new range of Longines watches, Conquest Classic, was also unveiled.
--IANS (Posted on 10-10-2013)