Deepika Padukone’s red-carpet look today at the Cannes Film Festival is a winner. Deepika looks ravishing in a pink high low hem gown featuring layers of dramatic ruffles and shoulders that mimic angel wings, by Ashi Studio. She kept the accessories minimal and sported green statement earrings.
On the red-carpet, Deepika looked magnificent as she posed for photos for the media. Check out the photos:
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Earlier today, Deepika stunned in two different looks. She donned a purple colored pant-suit with winged eyes and upped the style quotient at the festival with a gold gown.
Yesterday, for her red-carpet look, Deepika wore a Zuhair Murad gown. Deepika is representing a brand she endorses at the festival. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will be walking the red-carpet tomorrow and day after. Sonam Kapoor will be walking the red-carpet of the film festival on May 14 and May 15, 2018.
Deepika Padukone had said last year in an interview to Film Companion that she wants to interact with directors and actors at the Film Festival. She had said, “As an actor, I want to be selfish and use this opportunity to be able to meet people – producers, directors, writers – and looking at doing films where they feel that I might be appropriate for the film, or something that I might be excited about. Just from a learning point of view, [I would like] to see what other actors are doing, to see the kind of films being made in various other languages. And then, of course, there is the L’Oréal angle for me, because beauty and fashion play such an important in films, in a certain sense. They help characters come alive, and this feels like everything coming together, from the point of cinema.”