Deepika Padukone wore an orange gown to the Cannes Film Festival on Day 8. The actress is one of the film festival’s eight jury members.
Deepika Padukone has posted a new batch of photos from Cannes. The actress, who is a member of the Cannes Film Festival jury, looked lovely in an orange gown. The Piku actress has turned heads with her fashion choices on the French Riviera.
Deepika Padukone channelled her inner Veronica for her Day 7 look at Cannes. On Day 8 of the event, she wore an orange Ashi Studio dress with a dramatic shoulder. Ranveer Singh recently joined Deepika in Cannes. The Gully Boy actor’s photos with Cannes fans have gone viral.
Deepika and the other jury members attended the Cannes Film Festival’s 75th-anniversary party. On the crimson steps, the entire jury posed for a group portrait. The Cannes Film Festival’s official Twitter account published the image with the comment, “Le JURY au complet pour les Marches du 75e Anniversaire du Festival de Cannes – The JURY on Red Steps for the 75th Anniversary of the Festival! #Cannes2022 (sic).”
Deepika channeled her inner Veronica from Cocktail for Day 7. Her confidence, her hair, and that messy look will make you nostalgic.
Deepika Padukone’s Cannes outfits have been nothing short of spectacular! From sarees to boho ensembles to pantsuits, the actress has been a total show stealer at Cannes.
Deepika Padukone represented India in the Cannes Film Festival jury. The actress discussed not only India’s cinematic path, but also her own professional trajectory. “When I first started in this field 15 years ago, I don’t think anyone believed in me, my talent, or my trade,” she remarked. So, 15 years later, being a part of the jury and watching some of the best cinema in the world has been a wonderful trip for which I am genuinely grateful.”
“I feel we have a long way to go as a country, and I feel incredibly proud to be here as an actor,” the actress added.
“I feel we have a long way to go as a country,” the actress continued, “and I’m incredibly proud to be here as an Indian and to be representing the country.” But, as I previously stated, there have only been a few of Indian films and Indian talent that have been able to make it, and I believe that together as a nation, we now have it.”