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Cannes 2023: Esha Gupta and Sara Ali Khan’s Red Carpet Debut Raises the Bar of Fashion 

Sara Ali Khan, Esha Gupta, Manushi Chillar and Urvashi Rautela make their Cannes Debut

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INDIA: The most talked about event of the year, the 76th Cannes Film Festival, has begun today. The biggest fashion event honoured some of the greatest works in world cinema. The top A-listed actors have made their way to the festival to be a part of the star-studded red carpet. 

This year a handful of B-town actresses made their debut at Cannes which, includes Sara Ali Khan, Esha Gupta, Manushi Chillar and Urvashi Rautela, Anushka Sharma, Mrunal Thakur and many others making the entire nation look upon them with pride.  

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The Miss India International 2007, Esha Gupta, walked onto the carpet donning a soft ivory-pink gown embellished with a floral sleeve pattern designed by Nicolas Jebran. The beauty pageant winner’s super-high-slit gown is worth every attention. 

However, the sheer neckline adorned with delicate white floral accents can’t be ignored either. Talking about her look, the diva went minimal with her makeup. She pushed the envelope with a touch of soft-pink blush, nude lips and subtle eye glam. Besides this, Gupta is attending the film festival as part of the Indian government delegation.  

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Where on the other side, Sara Ali Khan, the Pataudi princess, ditched the classic Western outfits and proved her royalty by donning the Abu Jani’s embellished lehenga. The one actress of Bollywood who is often seen wearing Indian attires rather than opting for trendy clothes. 

The beautiful actress walked the red carpet for the premiere of Jeanne Du Barry, starring Johnny Depp, which opened the festival. The Kedarnath actress surely flaunted her ‘Indianness’ in the classic traditional attire, which is enough to turn the round heads of fashion critics. 

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The forthcoming days will showcase other actresses from Tinseltown rocking the red carpet.

Also Read: Cannes’ Marché du Film Names Spain as Its Country of Honour 


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