Deepika will be attending the Cannes 2018 event as the brand ambassador for LÓreal. But nobody makes Cannes look as good as Deepika Padukone. The stylish actress looked resplendent in a Sabyasachi Mukherjee sari. Deepika Padukone, 32, wore Zuhair Murad couture accessorised with Lorraine Schwartz diamond earrings and Nicholas Kirkwood heels.
Deepika Padukone announced her arrival saying, "touchdown Cannes. #cannes2018 @lorealskin @lorealhair @lorealmakeup #lorealparisindia".
Opting for a sheer lace creation by Zuhair Murad, Deepika looked angelic in every way.
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Taking the #MeToo campaign forward at Cannes, actress Huma Qureshi said, "I have had to deal with people making advances at me, but not just people from the business of film industry, but people across different professions and different strata. #cannes2018 @lorealskin @lorealhair @lorealmakeup #lorealparisindia (sic)". Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut made her debut at the prestigious film festival on May 9 and now, Deepika Padukone has made a grand entrance at Cannes. To complete her look she wore classic ensemble and jewellery. "U look gorgeous, love the attitude", a fan wrote. It was followed by a cute candy-stripes dress by Tome and she later changed into an argyle pattern dress by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini.
Recently, Deepika Padukone's "red hot" avatar at Met Gala left Ranveer Singh *dead* (as he commented on her picture) and we're pretty sure that this look of Deepika will leave her boyfriend, drooling over her again and again!
Whereas, Kangana Ranaut proves that she's no less than a fashionista and no one can beat her when it comes to experimenting with the looks and going bold. The 32-year-old Padmaavat actress sauntered in with her signature chutzpah on the red carpet sending the shutterbugs in a frenzy to capture the flawless shot - a scene straight out of a movie.