New Delhi: ‘Queen’ Kangana Ranaut never fails to impress. Be it a saree or a gown, it’s all a cakewalk for the stunner. From giving a Victorian twist to her Kanjeevaram saree to nailing an edgy pantsuit, the actor has managed to garner praise for all her attires.
Once again, Kangana managed to turn heads as she brought her fashion A-game to the Cannes Film Festival, strutting down the red carpet in a dreamy white embellished gown. Channelling her inner princess in an off-shoulder lavender coloured Michael Cinco gown with beautiful embroidery on it, the diva looked like a vision to behold! She kept her look as minimalistic as possible with long tresses and dewy fresh face of makeup and added just the right amount of bling with her Chopard earrings.
With a dramatic train and wavy tresses, Kangana looked nothing less than the real-life version of a Disney princess.
The ‘Manikarnika’ actor’s team took to Instagram to share a series of pictures showing off her look for the night. “Live like you are made for the red carpet!!,” the caption read.
A few other pictures posted by the team gave a closer looks at Kangana’s dreamy outfit and her glowing face. For her red carpet appearance yesterday, she wore a customised Falguni Shane Peacock corset with a golden Kanjeevaram sari and burgundy-coloured gloves — a nod to Audrey Hepburn’s iconic retro gloves from the all-time classic movie ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’.
After the red carpet, she changed into an edgy Nedret Taciroglu pant-suit for the Grey Goose party. The actor’s official Instagram account teased her arrival in the French Riviera with a picture from the makeup room, captioned, “First day, first look. The calm before the storm.”
Apart from Kangana, Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, and Selena Gomez were some of the A-listers who dazzled at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival red carpet. Other B-town actors expected to make an appearance today are, Diana Penty, Mallika Sherawat and Huma Qureshi.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Kangana will be seen in Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s ‘Panga’.