Cannes 2016: Gorgeous Aishwarya Rai Bachchan flaunts Naeem Khan’s creation
Indian-American designer Naeem Khan’s designs are drawing attention from the creme de la creme. After US First Lady Michelle Obama flaunted one of his creations at an important event earlier this week, Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan chose to flaunt a red ruffled gown from the New York-based designer for an appearance at the Cannes Film Festival.
Following her glittering-in-gold red carpet look on Friday, Aishwarya spent Saturday morning at Cannes giving press interviews. She looked ravishing in red in the ensemble from Khan’s Resort 2016 collection.
The former beauty queen’s bright red lips and winged eye-liner added to her beauty.
On the terrace of Hotel Martinez, post her press interactions, the LÂ’Oreal Paris team celebrated the 15th year ‘Canniversary’ of Aishwarya by cutting a cake and presenting her with a bouquet of red roses.
The actress is busy setting trends on red carpet looks of the international movie extravaganza, which will conclude on May 22.
This year, the gala is also special to her as her forthcoming film “Sarbjit”, a film which brings forward a sister’s fight for getting justice for her brother convicted of terrorism and sentenced to death in Pakistan, will also be screened at the ongoing fest.
Meanwhile , Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s glittering golden dress at the red carpet of the 69th Cannes Film Festival, left her husband Abhishek Bachchan truly awestruck. Abhishek expressed his admiration for Aishwarya, whom he married in 2007, on social media.
Abhishek posted an image of the “Jazbaa” actress in black and white hue on his Facebook and Instagram accounts and captioned it as: Â“They say a picture speaks a 1000 words. Seeing this photo I can think of many more…Â”.
The photograph features Aishwarya’s side profile as she poses for shutterbugs in the gold designer beaded cape couture gown — designed by Kuwait’s Ali Younes — that she wore for her first appearance at this year’s edition of the Cannes movie extravaganza. (IANS)