Bollywood Celebrities Rocking Cannes 2017 In Sarees


It’s the best time to be a saree lover, ladies. Our 9 yards of pride is taking glorious tours across the international shores for quite some time now, given the newfound global love for sarees. But the Bollywood divas attending Cannes Film Festival 2017 have taken the saree game to a whole new level of awesomeness. Ditch the monotonous saree draping styles you were told about and learn new tricks to wear sarees that will please every style critic. Look at these top 3 saree moments in Cannes this year and stock up your collection right now!

Sonam Kapoor –

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The Bolly beauty ditched gowns for her first appearance at Cannes 2017 with this stunning unicorn coloured prismatic saree by the label Norblack Norwhite which is created by Canadian-born designers Mriga Kapadiya and Amrit Kumar paired with a sporty white cropped blouse. For accessories she kept things neat by wearing sleek statement jewelleries and a golden IWC watch.

Shruti Hassan –

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The South Indian beauty Shruti Hassan attended Cannes 2017 to promote her upcoming movie ‘Sangamithra’ and showcased her inner warrior princess Bollywood style with a black and gold Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla saree ensemble. The attire was OTT for sure, but she wore it with such an amazing innate confidence! With a neat top bun, defined winged eye makeup and statement studs and ring by Anomaly and Misho she looked like million bucks.

Nandita Das –

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While the Internet going crazy over the Sonam Kapoor’s Desi vibe and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s fairytale gown, Nandita Das made a rather less noisy entry to Cannes 2017 to promote her upcoming movie Manto in a gold toned Anavila zari saree. She kept her style low-key and elegant like always by pairing the attire with a neat bun, kohl eyes and ethnic dangling earring. So simple yet speaks so much of being pretty in traditional.

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