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Cannes 2022: Deepika Padukone wore Sabyasachi sari, Madhavan’s look won hearts, PM Modi praised the nation for Cannes

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Deepika Padukone stunned on the red carpet at the opening night of the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday in a Bengal tiger sari by fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The saree looked beautiful with its golden and black stripes inspired by the tiger print. Earlier during the day, she was also seen in green pants paired with Sabyasachi’s off-white Johnny shirt for the jury photocall.

The designer told the world through his Instagram handle that the saree was a part of his Akash Tara collection. The designer announces that the block is printed block and embroidered by some of the finest craftsmen in India at the Sabyasachi atelier.

Deepika paired the sari with a bejeweled headband from Sabyasachi Jewellery’s Royal Bengal Collection. The designer pointed out that the ‘headband’ pays homage to the traditional Indian ‘Matha Patti’ headpiece with Art Nouveau detailing, while the jhumar earrings give a classic look with an Art Nouveau gage.

The actress completed her retro look with a bold and black eyeliner, black manicure, nude lips and a hair bun.

Deepika captivates everyone’s mind by becoming a jury

Deepika Padukone stunned the world with her boho look during the opening day photocall of the jury of the 75th Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday. Very different from the formal monochromatic looks of the other seven members of the jury, Deepika stood out in green pants and a beachy shirt embellished with floral designs. The garment is part of fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s Tropic of Calcutta collection. Stylist Shalina Nathani with a printed headband, chunky bejeweled necklace and johnny heels.

French actor and filmmaker Vincent Lindon, who starred in the 2021 Palm d’Or-winning film Titan, is the chairman of the jury. Apart from Deepika, it stars Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi, English actress and director Rebecca Hall, Italian actress Jasmine Trinka, French director and screenwriter Ladj Lee, Swedish actress Noomi Rapace, American director Jeff Nichols and her Norwegian counterpart Joachim Trier.

Earlier on Monday, Deepika, a Cannes regular since 2017, shared a video on her Instagram handle saying that she has landed in the French Riviera. In the video, he gives a glimpse of Cannes and talks about his 11-hour flight from Los Angeles.

Soon after she stepped off the stage she appeared in a rainbow-colored Louis Vuitton dress and brown high boots for dinner on the eve of the festivities at Hotel Martinez.

Madhavan lit up his ear

Bollywood actor R. Madhavan arrived at the 75th Cannes Film Festival to mark his presence. During this, the actor was wearing a very cute black suit designed by Manish Malhotra. Madhavan is attending the film festival as his film “Rocketry: The Nambi Effect” will have its world premiere here. For the red carpet, Madhavan opted for a classic crisp white shirt and a tux with sequins at the collar paired with a bow tie, while the actor completed his look with sunglasses.

Sharing the picture on Instagram, Madhavan wrote in the caption, “Only Manish Malhotra can make your special day more special, memorable. Thank you for making me feel so good about myself. Because of you guys, my confidence has increased. . Thank you”

Let us tell you that Madhavan’s film, ‘Rocketry: The Nambi Effect’ is based on the life of Nambi Narayanan, an aerospace engineer working for the Indian Space Research Organization.

The film will have its world premiere on May 19 at the Palae de Festival for market screening.

PM Modi lauds India’s participation in Cannes Film Festival as ‘country honour’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday lauded India’s participation as the ‘Country of Honour’ at the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in France. He said in a message that India’s participation marks 75 years of India’s independence, the 75th anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival and 75 years of diplomatic relations between India and France.

Describing India as the world’s largest film producer, Modi said the diversity of our film sector is remarkable and a rich heritage and cultural diversity is our strength.

He said that India has a lot of stories to tell and the country has immense potential to truly become the ‘content hub’ of the world.

The ease of doing business in the film sector is on the radar of the government. Reiterating India’s commitment to the same, Modi said in his message that from facilitating international film co-productions to ensuring a single-window clearance mechanism to allow filming across the country, India offers seamless possibilities for filmmakers of the world. does.

He expressed happiness that a film by Satyajit Ray has been restored for screening in the Cannes Classic section, as India celebrates the birth centenary of the maestro.

Modi said that in one of the many firsts, India’s startups will showcase their might in front of the cinematography. The Prime Minister expressed confidence that the Indian Pavilion would showcase aspects of Indian cinema and promote international partnerships and learning.

India will be the country of official honor at the upcoming Marche du Film to coincide with the 75th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in France. The Country of Honor status ensures India’s presence as the ‘Focus Country’ at the opening night of the Marche du Film being held at Majestic Beach with a focus on India, its cinema, its culture and heritage.

The Indian delegation is led by Union Minister Anurag Thakur and includes film personalities from across India.

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Arti Raturi

Arti Raturi is a Senior Journalist at Youthistaan.com
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