Cannes 2017: After 'Disney Princess look', Aishwarya Rai opts for an all-black ensemble
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan donned a Michael Cinco ensemble for one of her appearances at Cannes 2017
On her second day at Cannes 2017, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan wore a black Ashi Studio gown which she paired with black heels.
Aishwarya, who finally made her appearance at Cannes 2017 on 18 May, was spotted wearing a blue gown, designed by Dubai-based Filipino fashion designer Michael Cinco on the red carpet.
She paired it with Ferragamo shoes and Boucheron jewels, and we are sure that Disney princess Elsa from the film Frozen would have been jealous of her ensemble.
Aishwarya walked the red carpet on 19 May, and is expected to make more appearances on 20 May. She is at Cannes 2017 to present Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Devdas again, which is the film she made her debut with at the film festival in 2002. She will present it on 20 May, and is at the film festival as a representative of makeup brand L'Oreal Paris.
"We attended the festival not just as artistes but as proud representatives of Indian cinema, and showcasing a film that meant so much to us. The kind of reception we got for the movie was truly overwhelming and I will cherish it all my life," said the actress while talking about her first experience at the French Riviera.
Some of Aishwarya's other looks this year include a green a Yanina Couture gown and an off white dress with colourful floral prints.
(With inputs from IANS)
Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan's Vikram Vedha is set to hit the screens on 30th September and will lock horns with Chiyaan Vikram and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan starrer Ponniyin Selvan: 1.
The epic drama is based on the life of Chola emperor and has many firsts to its credit including being the first Tamil film to release in IMAX worldwide.
Mani Ratnam: 'Even before I thought to be a filmmaker, Ponniyin Selvan felt like a big feature film to me'
As Ratnam readies the nation for his latest epic Ponniyin Selvan, the maverick movie-maker makes time for an exclusive interview with Firstpost.