The Cannes Film Festival is about CINEMA. It is not the Cannes Fashion Festival, women, and gentlemen. Be that as it may, it has progressed toward becoming so with each Sita-Mita-Gita of the Indian film industry taking off to Cannes to advance some garments/way of life brand or some association a la Aishwarya Rai who made Cannes a commonly recognized name when she went by the celebration without precedent for 2002. That year, Devdas was screened at Cannes, out of rivalry, and photographs of Aishwarya resembling a million bucks made it to Indian sensationalist newspapers back home. The precise one year from now, Aishwarya Rai turned into L’Oreal’s image minister and a Cannes jury part. From that point forward, each year, Cannes Film Festival is situated in India as some fashionista’s heaven where Indian performing artists go to look like swans hung in upholstery.
There is no halting the Bollywood mold ruler of Cannes this year. In the wake of amping up the dramatization at both her celebrity central occasions, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan keeps on stunning with one extraordinary outfit after another. For a day occasion on Day 5, Bachchan was seen in a delightfully weaved Georges Hobeika outfit, looking new as a bloom set against the bonny blue of the French Riviera.
For the Red Carpet
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was a blazing red queen on the second Cannes red carpet appearance at the Cannes Film Festival this year. The performer picked a multi-layered unsettled Ralph and Russo outfit in a staggering red. While it is frequently viewed as a hard govern to not wear red on the day of the red carpet for the celebrity, Aishwarya couldn’t appear to think less about it. Her off-shoulder dress oozed a radiant Spanish vibe and she appeared as though she’d break into a smooth move any minute. The middle of her outfit was adorned with sparkly stones in a pattern that was floral.