Cannes 2019: Indian celebrities who took over the red carpet


The Cannes film festival red carpet was adorned by Indian celebrities who floored us with their looks.

Hina Khan

The Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai actress flaunted a sparkly silver translucent gown designed by Ziad Nakad for her first ever Cannes appearance. The popular television actress arrived at Cannes Film Festival for the unveiling of her debut film Lines, which is set in the backdrop of the Kargil War.

AR Rahman

The six time National Film Award winning music composer arrived at the Red Carpet with his wife Saira Banu. He donned a simple black suit while his wife sported a sparkly outfit. The music maestro shared snaps of their visit to the celebrated film festival on Instagram.

Deepika Padukone

Deepika Padukone who was “Camp Barbie” at the Met Gala, arrived at the French Riviera to flaunt another to-be-iconic look at the red carpet. She went for an elegant look with a touch of exaggeration. She chose to wear a cream-coloured floor length gown with a gigantic chocolate brown bow. If “cookies and cream” were a gown, this would be it.

The gown is a creation by Peter Dundas. Apart from the gigantic bow, the gown features a front slit, plunging neckline and puffy sleeves. Her striking makeup and hair is accredited to L'Oreal, the brand for which she is a global ambassador for.

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra enthralled us with her Met Gala attire, raising the bar higher for herself once more. Known for her unique taste in fashion, this time too, she did not disappoint. The Mary Kom actress arrived at the French Riviera donning a spectacularly dramatic custom creation by Roberto Cavalli. She shone in an exquisite black and red embellished ensemble, neatly accessorised with Chopard jewels.

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Kangana Ranaut

The Manikarnika actress chose to sport a traditional look with a modern twist for her red carpet appearance. She was garbed in a classic Kanjeevaram sari, styled with a shape accentuating gold belt and violet coloured velvet gloves. Her ensemble is the work of Falguni and Shane Peacock. Her hair was tied in a bun, with a curled flick on the side. She looked immaculate; a vision in gold.