Sonam, Ash, Freida, Vidya to walk the Cannes red carpet
The Cannes International Film Festival is approaching and India occupies a special place this year as the festival is geared towards celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema. Actresses Sonam, Aishwarya, Freida, Vidya, and Ameesha are slated to walk the red carpet and there is much speculation about what they will wear.
Sonam Kapoor is visiting Cannes for the third time and she will be wearing an Indian outfit on at least one occasion. “This is a initial time we will be partial of a opening rite and we am intensely excited. Cannes is celebrating Indian Cinema this year and we have never been some-more unapproachable to be a partial of this artistic industry. We wish that a Bollywood-inspired make-up looks we enclose this year during Cannes will make tellurian character statements,” she said. She will be accompanied by Frieda Pinto this year. Though this Bollywood beauty and the star of Slumdog Millionaire favors Western style, she will also sport a purely Desi look this year.
Aishwariya has walked the red carpet many times before, but this year she plans to do so in a saree embroidered with gold thread and containing chicankari work designed by Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. “It is good to see Indian film attention being distinguished and celebrated on a arise of a 100th anniversary during an internationally reputable height like a Cannes Film Festival. This truly signifies a impact done by India on universe cinema,” said Aishwariya.
Vidya Balan has been slammed for her sense of style, but she is sticking to her trademark look with a gorgeous saree. However, she has consulted with designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee to provide her with a creation fit for the occasion. . "Sabyasachi is very excited to be a part of Vidya's big moment. They have become thick friends over the years and Vidya trusts the designer blindly when it comes to designing her sarees,” a source revealed.
This visit marks Ameesha Patel’s debut in Cannes. The actress has decided on a fully Indian look because she thinks that saree and lehenga are so essentially Indian. She has decided to stick to a Manish Malhotra saree incorporating a lot of black and white colors and beautiful kashmiri work. International summer trends will also play a part in her looks.
Thus the Bollywood beauties get ready to take Indian
outfit to the international stage with style.