Kangana Ranaut is slaying the Cannes Film Festival. She made her debut at the red carpet this year and well, she has only impressed us with all her looks so far.
Today, it was the second day the Queen actor walked the red carpet. She looked like a complete stunner in her silver embroidered catsuit as she walked the red carpet.
She proved that she can nail any look perfectly and her attitude and charisma add more beauty to her entire appearance.
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About her look on the red-carpet, Kangana had told Times of India, “The essence has become expression oriented — the focus is indeed on what you wear and speak and how you conduct yourself at events and discussions. I will put my best foot forward for the festival. We have an international stylist on board and apart from international looks; I will also wear something Indian on the red carpet since I am representing my country. However, focussing only on fashion at Cannes reduces its scope dramatically. It’s the same with
artistes when they are reduced to a glossy image and not seen as people with their own kind of potential. Cannes is a lot more than a mere red carpet event.”
At the Indian Pavilion earlier, Kangana opted for a black Sabyasachi saree. She said, “We have four regional films that are being screened here. It is very endearing that our regional films – Bengali, Malayalam, Punjabi, Assamese – are getting such a platform and will be showcased here. Someone made a film for the first time in Lakshwadeep and it is getting such a grand platform as Cannes! The fact that filmmakers are now getting such wide platforms is great.”