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Pooja Hegde to TV actress Helly Shah, actresses flaunting looks from Cannes Film Festival

On the red carpet at the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday, Indian superstars made a big impression. The red carpet was undoubtedly filled with several Indian faces, from Pooja Hegde in white to Tamannaah Bhatia in black and Helly Shah making a gorgeous debut in a grey-green gown. Aishwarya Rai wore a ball gown on the red carpet as well.

Pooja Hegde

Pooja Hegde looked stunning in a strapless gown with a feather skirt. Pooja used the hashtag ‘Crafted in India’ when posting images of her outfit on Instagram, implying that it was designed by an Indian designer.

 

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Pooja remarked during the 75th edition of the event’s inauguration of the Indian pavilion, according to reports, “I’ve not come (to the Cannes Film Festival) with a brand, but I’ve come with brand India. I’ve come (here) as a representative. It’s an honor for me to be very honest to come (here) as an Indian actor celebrating Indian cinema.”

Tamannaah Bhatia

 

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Tamannaah, meanwhile, wore a glossy black gown with a thigh-high split along the red carpet. It was paired with a sheer cape.

Helly Shah

 

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Helly Shah, who has been in TV programs like Swaragini and Ishq Mein Marjawan 2, made her Cannes Film Festival debut this year. She wore a studded grey-green gown with a matching cloak to the red carpet. Helly was seen in a video by Variety while attending a screening of Top Gun: Maverick at the Cannes Film Festival.

Hina Khan

 

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On Wednesday, Hina tweeted photos of herself dressed up for a photo shoot in Cannes. Hina wore a red colored shimmery gown in which the actress looked very beautiful.

Pooja Hegde and Tamannaah were among the Indian celebrities that walked the red carpet on Tuesday, including AR Rahman, R Madhavan, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, and Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur. This year’s festival is more remarkable for India because it has been named the ‘Country of Honour’ at Marche Du Film.

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